By David Tomas Martinez
Picture if you will Tony Hoaglandand me, he in his Donkey Gospelhat and me wearing my Hustle ring,in his car patched with silver ducttape and sagging passenger mirrorsdiscussing vehicles as metaphors
By Javier Zamora
She says she lit a candle and placed it under my balls when I was bornbecause they were too big,
By Laura Kasinof, Photography by Alex Potter, Illustrations by George Butler
On a chilly April morning in 2016, at a newly converted shelter in southern Berlin, Om Belal struggled as she maneuvered her ten-year-old son, Jad, in his wheelchair out the building’s front door.