Meet Khôra, a dynamic online arts space produced in collaboration with groundbreaking author Lidia Yuknavitch’s Corporeal Writing. Plato described khôra as a “formless interval, alike to a non-being,” and in that spirit, Khôra is committed to writers and artists who explore the …
Imagine a father, in the morning, painting the secrets of honeybees. | Know, too, there’s pollen riding on the backs of little birds.
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It was barely a fraction of a second, but a fear had gotten through—something primal and wild.
HOLY MOTHER OF OCEANS™ last week’s Khôra Salon was brilliant! Thank you to Lilly Dancyger, Gina Rae La Cerva, Kayla Kumari Upadhyaya, Kat Lewis, and Na…
Wednesday, September 1 at 4 PT / 7 ET
You’re invited to join us for an afternoon/evening of live readings from our most recently featured writers on Wednesday, September 1 at 4 PT / 7 ET. S…
The soup is meant to be a reminder. You want to remind her—with spices and matchsticked scallions and cracked seeds and noodles and thick, hot broth—yo…
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