Articles by: Ariel Fintushel

Volume 5

The Poetry of Turning Point: An Anthology of Work, Part II

The Poetry of Turning Point: An Anthology of Work, Part II

We have a little garden that I have seen die and come back alive. What will it be today? Will it look dry and wither away. Or will it be given a new life by those who care?

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Volume 5

The Poetry of Turning Point: An Anthology of Work

The Poetry of Turning Point: An Anthology of Work

A visit to Los Angeles’ Skid Row, self-critique of the female form, and fighting with all you have to give your kids a better life. These are the poem’s by residents of Turning Point Shelter, a place for people in transition.

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Volume 4

The Feminist Spirit of the 70’s:

The Feminist Spirit of the 70’s:

We had to learn all the lady-like things. I went to dancing school, and I polished my nails—I was a good little Rochelle, but then there was Shelley who fought it.

by × October 9, 2016 × 0 comments