The fight is for the injustice of a city whose apartments give less but cost more and for the stench of gentrification whose underlying message reeks with "if we don't want you, we will get rid of you" by any means necessary.
I lost the love of my life in 2020...only to find myself on a path towards self-discovery. Sadly, I lost my own identity while waiting years for flawed expectations and broken promises to come to bear. So to move forward with a growth mindset, I started reading my journals dating back to 1989--looking to trace … Continue reading Finding Joy in Heartache
Poetpreneur Latasha Drax shares her creative energy throughout her self-publishing experience with the substance and swag of an around the way girl from Brooklyn.
The marketability of feline fodder is apparent with the recent movie premiere of Keanu; a comedic romp about a kitten who is dangerously coveted by gangbangers and rescued by comedy duo Key and Peele. This farce inspired my own tabby tale of mishaps and adventures. I have always been a cat lover. Hence my nickname … Continue reading Meet Fonzie
I am Puerto Rican. At least that is the standing joke I share with close friends and family. The truth is I am black. I lived off of Graham Avenue, (Avenue of Puerto Rico) in Brooklyn and was immersed in Hispanic culture at a young age. My mouth waters at the taste of arroz con … Continue reading Identity Crisis