In a good book the best is between the lines.
“I’ve been thinking too much lately. Thinking about time and how love changes. How things could have been. The mistakes I’ve made. I feel stuck in the past. I hate feeling stuck! Gotta move on, but before I can do that I have to fix the past…” Calvin Jacobs<br /> Following the events of Love: Something Infinite “fan favorite” Calvin makes a comeback winning his bout with cancer but can he overcome the stirring of memories, and old emotions brought on by the announcement of Seron’s engagement?
The End of Innocence is a celebration of what it means to be young, Black and gay. This celebration and joy of discovery comes at a considerable price: the innocence of Fitzgerald T. Washington (the novel’s main character). Alaric Blair offers a real character that has real experiences and (by virtue of his honesty) provides the means for the renunciation of commonly held myths among Black gay men.
This collection of poetry and affirmations will take you on a journey through life, love, spirituality, culture and consciousness. The themes explored will touch upon the common experiences that we all have had that connect us through the collective unconscious. As you read these poems, not only will you have a glimpse into the life and mind of Healing, but you will find nuggets that will inspire you to expand your mind, heart and soul to new levels of consciousness.