Felon by Reginald Dwayne Betts (A Review)
Of lockdown, hunger time & the blackened flower— Ain't nothing worth knowing. Prison becomes home; The cell: a catacomb that cages & the...
About the Creator
Evangeline Lawson, writer, content creator, educator, and researcher, is a native of Southern California. Her writings have appeared in The Washington Post, The Guardian, V-Day, The Progressive and the anthology 2020: The Year That Changed America. She is currently working on a collection of essays and a novel. Evangeline is also the producer of “vangieluvsbooks” a digital space for lovers of books, based on her exclusive reviews of new, classic, and forgotten titles. Additionally she is co-producer of the forthcoming documentary film When We Free The World, which tackles the topic “what is a man?” in the aftermath of the #MeToo movement. Evangeline is a graduate of UCLA, and has a Master’s degree from Azusa Pacific University.
For years, I have explored various forms of expression through writing, reading, and fashion styling. Only recently, have I decided to merge all of these passions into one platform in order to promote literature (both contemporary and classic) and inspire others to use their creative voice.