“If you feel something from my work, whether it’s positive or negative — if you feel something, that is good enough for me.”
When Bergman obscures her face in layers of makeup and beads, she’s both putting herself in front of the camera and hiding at the same time.
Jenna Hamed defines a poetry chapbook as a booklet of poems with a soft cover, fewer pages than a poetry book and created through a process of “conversation and collaboration.”
Kenyi touches on themes that call back to her upbringing, living in upstate New York, and her experiences as a Black woman.
Jones’ work depicts humanity and nature in ways that imply intricate stories unfolding beyond their primary subjects.