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Sérgio Motta is a Black Brazilian author from São Paulo, and the city—full of fantasy, chaos, diversions, and diversities—is his muse. He always talking about art, Blackness (and, of course, Black art) on Twitter and in his stories, “Ciberbochicho” (Mafagafo magazine), and “Aline na Avenida das Paulistas”, and writing on the blog Resistência Afroliterária [Afro-literary Resistance].

Current Issue
2 Oct 2023

How did we end up so far east, on the flanks of a cold beach? You told me you always wanted to see the Pelagio, ever since you were a child. But your skin was never made for water. You shouldn’t have ever learned to swim.
look through the soap, the suds, the sopping wet clothes
as she leaves mortality behind / She always returns to me
Wednesday: Infinite Constellations: An Anthology of Identity, Culture, and Speculative Conjunctions edited by by Khadijah Queen and K. Ibura 
Friday: The Moonlight Blade by Tessa Barbosa 
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