Prism & Pen
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Prism & Pen

Reading While Gay in the Sands of West Texas

The power of a desert world

I remember these days. I remember the unrelenting heat, the undulating waves of distortion as hot air blasted up from sand dunes and caliche flats. I remember the pervasive smell of hydrogen sulfide gas, by product of crude oil production with its ever-present whine of pump jacks’ mindless thrusts into the earth. I grew up in this desert…

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Amplifying LGBTQ voices through the art of storytelling

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Henry Lee Butler

No one in particular seeking to diminish ego and accentuate Self, partaking in life with a beginner’s mind. (He/Him/His) henry.lee.writes@gmail.com