Recommended by Rose J. Percy
Poetic, Black, Indigenous, "Wholly Earth" is a gentle awakening. An oasis on the overstimulating internet for those who are spiritual (or at least open to the spiritual), creative and drawn to healing justice.
I am always in awe of Nya's faithful observance of the stars—those she sees in space and those she calls forth in those around her. A journey through Nya's words will expose the awe you long to tame and invite you to see the beauty of its release.
D.L.'s writings through autism and religious fundamentalism reveals her scholarly edge, while remaining full of refreshing personal content for levity and breath. For those who identify as neurodivergent AND on the journey of reconfiguring faith, this space provides generous and expansive accompaniment.
As a poet, podcaster, public educator, Camille's writings weave dreams of abolition with her experiences and learning beyond systems of oppression. As you experience her wisdom and wit, perhaps you'll find yourself like me, amazed by her thoughts and the frames she chooses to dress them in.
Karla's poems are like quilts knit together, holding moments with tender care. As an Afro-Indigenous Peruvian woman living undocumented in the U.S. when Karla describes what it means to be joyfully liberated, you're going to want to feel it too.