I read lynk bella hues’s poems on Facebook in the aftermath of the “Harper’s Letter” and wanted to feature them (even though, or precisely because, some of our editorial staff were signatories).
–James Livingston

lynk bella hues is a differently abled anti-racist queer labor feminist who lives in Newark, New Jersey. They explore mad intersectionality within a liberatory marxist poetry framework, itself a product of their experiences and studies to know self, words, and the unequally structured world, past to present, toward understanding and changing it. An unemployed worker because of their serious psychiatric disability, hues shares literary and reportage work on their blog, the matrix and the mess, which is located at lynkbellahues.wordpress.com.