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MUTINY: poems

Headshot of Phillip B. Williams
Photo courtesy of Phillip B. Williams

Phillip B. Williams is researching, writing, and revising poems (title: “Mutiny”) and prose (title: “Threshold”). Within both genres, he hopes to research and explore Black folklore, African-diasporic mythologies and spiritual practices, and alternative ways of documenting Black selfhood outside of the human/nonhuman dichotomy.

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