A Writer’s Ode To James Baldwin

Written by Walter Hill Illustrated by Isabel Dickey The faces of the civil rights movement are iconic. Their faces themselves, the furrowed brows and clenched jaws, held the hope and anger and resilience of a whole people. The Martin Luther Kings and Malcolm Xs of the world often tear their way out of photos, shape... Continue Reading →

My Dad is a Possible Felon

Written and Illustrated By Isabel Dickey I think it goes like this: They laundered money from Europe to the United States. My dad was the brains, my mom did the books. My dad traveled throughout Europe doing “business” - Paris, Prague, and London. Then he landed in Portugal. They spent their cut on jewelry. Piles... Continue Reading →

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