A Black, straight man disrupts his notion of allyship and masculinity when he encounters the Ballroom communities in Toronto and New York.
At the Decolonial Frequencies Festival, sonic utopias resonate outside the institutions.
Charles’ farcical, archaic coronation provides fresh opportunity for an overhaul of monarchy and class in the failing days of the empire.
How can a piece of writing build trust across continents, cultures, and contexts? We find out in these parallel reflections between two writers.