Warcrimes, by GOODW.Y.N
In Warcrimes, GOODW.Y.N. reflects on the years that lead up to these fragile times in America, dividing the believers in democracy from those who think responsibility is negotiable, justice is avoidable, and redemption is inconceivable. Conjuring the bravery to spin their own triggers of madness into transformative gateways of salvation, GOODW.Y.N.’s poetic voice is like that of no other in contemporary literature. Their perspective as a Black, Queer woman at of the heart of war is a perspective seldom told until now. In their own words “I know myself; this much is true. I and others like myself, are indeed criminals of war.” Experience, the passion, the sorrow and the reckoning of Warcrimes.