Originally published in Spark Magazine Issue No. 16 What is reality if not a phantasmagoria of musical compositions? Symphonic strings stretching the fabric of time this way and that. The staves are first to rope me in and wind me so tightly that I, myself, become the key signature. They think me treble with the […]
With “Spinning Circles,” Spark Mag Contributor, Ajà Miller, allows us to visualize the growing pains and challenges that come with venturing into adulthood.
Coping with this year’s events has been difficult, but seeing four Black women navigate life’s most vulnerable moments helped me recognize the merits of sisterhood and appreciate the lessons it taught me during this time.
The chaos and heartbreak of the past months bred a new purpose: to find my voice again.
Walt Disney created the ultimate guide on how to build a cartoon baddie. First, an affinity for luxurious living. Add an obsession with vanity. And finally: dress to kill.
“It didn’t matter what city we were from, what we studied at the university or any other factor that divided us: we were united under the sound.”
“I read between the lines, but I still failed to see myself written on the pages. If I didn’t exist in a purely fictional sense, did I even exist at all?”
The shopping mall: once a hub of suburban life now left behind becoming phantoms of what they once were.