is a blog devoted to exploring the creative potential of borders, liminal spaces of limitation and difference full of tension and possibility. The posts are eclectic and decidedly quirky at times, celebrating the juxtaposition of multiple genres across diverse fields of endeavor. New posts come out on the second and fourth Thursdays of every month (EST).
Melissa D. Johnston, Founder & Editor
Melissa D. Johnston is an artist, writer, wandering nomad, and recovering academic. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Poetry Life and Times, Eyedrum Periodically, Em Dash, The New Post-Literate, Luminous (anthology), The Best of Friday Flash: Volume One, and as book covers for Sopher Press. In 2012 her poetry finished as a semifinalist for the Joanna Cargill Coconut Book Prize.
Postcolonial Thoughts is a monthly column written by artist Christopher Hutchinson, Assistant Professor of Art at Atlanta Metropolitan College and Archetype Art Gallery Owner in Atlanta, Ga. In the column Christopher offers fresh and trenchant analyses of art and theory through the lenses of multiple traditions, especially those neglected or not included in the Western canon. Learn more about Christopher at Black Flight 144.
Postcolonial Thoughts accepts submissions of books, essays, and eBooks for review. Email your interest to firstname.lastname@example.org.