novocaine poems on post-trauma acceptance and the human condition words by belinda cai art by stephanie phillips CATEGORY Poetry / Illustration Released through very very small press. Contact email@example.com to order.
Margaret Zox Brown’s oil paintings are reminiscent of the lushness and grandeur of spring. Think large canvases adorned with soft, sweeping colors and rounded edges. The Manhattan-based, born and raised […]
Existing In Between: Essays on Love, Trauma, Identity, Race and Intersectional Feminism CHAPTERS (1) Stranger Danger (Prologue) (2) My Life Is A Sitcom (3) One Love: Liberation Co-opted (4) […]
In the production of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton that’s currently touring the country, George Washington is Korean and Alexander Hamilton is half Japanese. There weren’t many Asians in America during the time the play […]
The rustic, mirror-polished axe is 26 inches long and weighs three pounds; you can see marks from where the blacksmith hit it. Carved on the handle is the phrase, “Hands […]
Here are some samples of my professional work. Copy for social media campaigns: (see above) I wrote all the copy for this “Ferdinand” video: https://www.instagram.com/p/Ba44UsMHSbk/?taken-by=ferdinandmovie Social media research/analysis: INTERNAL _ American […]
Belinda Cai is featured in this AJ+ video.