Compilations of resources coming soon! Until then, discover tons of ways to be active HERE.
Recent Updates and Announcements
— A full-blown brand and website makeover with a brand new URL! Don’t worry — the babyvampami.com address will still bring you here for a while longer.
— Now on Patreon to raise money for Black Lives via The National Bail Out!
— Newly a brand representative for (1) FNX, (2) NKD, and (3) Boss Babes (see “Endorsements” page on main menu and/or Instagram feed below)
— Two brand new books as of Spring 2020: Cerulean and The Book of Soft, Sweet Nothings
— Armageddon just announced as a 2020 Eric Hoffer Book Award finalist! Also listed by The US Review of Books.
— Poetry and flash fiction recently published in Prometheus Dreaming‘s new book, Prometheus Unbound and Conclave: Outliers (2020) by Balkan Press
— Photography and digital art recently published in (1) The Moving Force Journal and (2) The Haberdasher
— Visual art recently exhibited in the Light Space & Time 10th Annual Figurative show, receiving a Special Recognition in the “Photography & Digital” Category
Poetry soon to be published (1) through The Jessie Butler Women’s Poetry Contest, celebrating the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage in the United States, (2) in So It Goes: The Literary Journal of the Kurt Vonnegut Museum and Library, and (3) in Asylum Magazine
— Last, but certainly not least, only 23 days left (countdown starting on June 1st, 2020) before the pre-order link for the mysterious Book No. 7 launches, and 52 until the actual release date! “10 by 27” starts on my 26th birthday: July 24th, 2020. Stay tuned for that! Fun tidbits and hints, frequently updated, are available HERE.
Metallic 20 x 30 limited edition photo prints currently available for sale online through the stARTup Art Fair! #QuarantineArtSolutions
Learn more HERE.
“The Sky wept sparkling
We drained the gold
From her veins.”
— “Champagne” by Ami J. Sanghvi
Blog Post(s) of the Week (Blood, Ink, and Roses)
“The United States of Racism is a hell-hole, Black Lives Matter, I used to go to law school, and I really love my mom. These are just a few of the many reasons why I’m currently writing on Patreon — so I can donate my proceeds to The National Bail Out, also known for the #FreeBlackMamas movement due to the emphasis they put on getting black mothers out of prison.“