Essays

IN THE MIDDLE OF THE GREEN:

PORTRAIT OF AN ORAL HISTORY BETWEEN KARION LIU & THEODORE (ted) KERR A.He is an artist and I am a writer. We call each other Kai and Ted. We are both short, cis-gender, gay men. He has black hair. I don’t have hair.  We are from different parts of the world. I am from Canada,…

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Luv Til It Hurts

am grateful for community. For me, I find the most healing when I find community with others living with HIV. When I can share and hold space with another survivor (anyone still living with the virus is a survivor).

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Letter

Hi all this is a report that the musician that worked with me producing and thinking the music of my last completed worked named “Fantasia casi soneto después de una lectura de dan(c)e” sent me

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AIDS 2018 Journal

As I have struggled at the many crossroads in my life, I have never thought one day I will embrace such thing that I used to disregard in my everyday life, and even carry it go on a journey for staying alive.

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Luv ’til it Hurts

   1. Across generations of continents What do it mean to be haunted? by a virus. A bluegrass grandma in Sparta, Tennessee died today; So did Ntozake Shange. I wonder is it was they knew each other? Ntozake and grandma? the yellow / the red / the Asian pacific islander / the poor poor white…

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