Photo: Courtesy of Alice James Books In 2005, Rashawn Brazell, a 19-year-old bisexual black man, was murdered in Brooklyn, parts of his body stuffed in garbage bags. The horror of that crime provides the bulk of the inspiration behind Humboldt Park native Phillip B. Williams’s searing new collection of poetry, Thief in the Interior (Alice … Read more
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