a literary journal published by the Black Earth Institute dedicated to re-forging the links between art and spirit, earth and society
Andrea Walls is a poet and self-taught digital artist. She is the author of the chapbook Ultraviolet Catastrophe (Thread Makes Blanket Press, 2011) and the creator of theblackbodycurve.com, an interactive poetry and digital arts collection. She is a Pushcart Prize in Poetry nominee and a recipient of a Leeway Art and Social Change Grant. She is a participant in the VONA/Voices Summer Workshops for Writers of Color and an alumna of the Hedgebrook Residency for Women Authoring Change. Her poetry and visual art have been published in venues including Callaloo, Journal of African Diaspora Arts & Letters; Solstice Literary Magazine; Tidal Basin Review; Kweli; The Fourth River; bozalta: Arts, Activism & Scholarship and heart (human equity through art) online journal. She lives and makes art in Philadelphia and is currently a media arts apprentice with the Women’s Mobile Museum.