Even within a crowd, one can discover wings.
Arts & Music
Sitting in the Dominican countryside, known as El Campo, Agustina plays the guitar with her grandfather. She reflects on her time spent on the island and her anxiety surrounding her soon departure.
Sybil was waiting on the train platform absentmindedly during her morning commute. Then she fell onto the tracks. When she awakens alone in the hospital, she finds her injured body and soul split apart.
This is the Truth Riders Podcast. We are Maria Osorio and Barbara Victoria, a mentee and mentor from South America that met through Girls Write Now. Truth Riders is about arts & social justice.
A young girl goes to dinner with the ghost of a famous painter, Vincent van Gogh, in a lake.
This is a reflection and critique of Taylor Swift’s documentary Miss Americana.
This memoir is about a seemingly small experience that transformed the way I see dance, as well as the world.
A young girl’s father attempts to help her remember her mother’s voice.
This poem is about society’s shared desire for escape and comfort in a mundane yet chaotic world.
This story was inspired by Maurizio Cattelan’s banana-taped-to-the-wall art piece at Art Basel Miami.
This piece is inspired by my love for dance and my team. It is a reflection on the moments from dance I find myself thinking about and the reasons for my passion for it.
Gorillaz is a virtual band consisting of four cartoon characters created by Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett. Their albums have a backdrop of the character’s personal “lives,” which are often ridiculous, violent, and as cartoonish as the band itself. This “interview” is a tribute to Gorillaz’s nonsensical ingenuity.
Set in London in 1892, two women meet at an art exhibit for famous (and recently deceased) painter Wil Finch. Through their brief encounter, we find out what makes them admire his work so much.
Writing took me with open arms and accepted me for who I am.
In a dream, the main character explores the areas of his life that make him feel free, and he must reconcile the fragility of freedom.