Inside the literary magazine helping homeless writers be heard - The Boston Globe

Walt Whitman declared it the poet’s responsibility to “make every word he speaks draw blood.” Black Seed writers draw stories from their blood. Recent submissions include poems about defecating without a toilet, learning to speak English, and losing a child; there’s a story of a monster (which the writer says is an allegory about his pedophile father), a one-act play about a rabbit that runs a veterinary clinic, and prayers and professions of faith.

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