sponsored by: FRED KINGSLEY
Four individuals tell the story of Malcolm, a Black folk musician whose quest through the Eastern Seaboard to find himself was violently interrupted, painting an evocative picture of the connection shared among strangers through a single life.
"when I came back from the gas station, before getting into my car
I saw him
walking in the park, whistling"
Debkanya Mitra is a Maryland-based writer and is currently a student at the University of Maryland.
Gorgeous piece of writing, the vivid storytelling paints an evocative picture of Malcolm... Poetic and powerful.
Playwright & #ENOUGH panelist
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