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Kathleen Hulser

Kathleen Hulser is a writer, public historian, and activist. Currently she writes catalogs for amArtHouse Gallery in Bantam, CT and edits ArTour, a new culture magazine. She has been NY Transit Museum curator, New-York Historical Society public historian and has taught American History.  She also creates public art projects such as The War of 1812 augmented reality cell phone tour. Her original walking tours include The Underground Railroad in New York, Lighted Signs of Times Square and Bad, Rad and Boho Women. She worked on curatorial teams for Slavery in New York, Nueva York, and Revolutions: America, France, Haiti.

Pirate’s Breath

The graphic squawk of tattoos
ringing a bicep,
blue ink scrambling over ancient scars
Time for more pirate’s breath prose,
a hot sauce thick with
chunks of the unsayable and unacceptable…

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Secret and Hidden

The difference between secret and hidden.Let’s start with intentSecret is on purposeHidden may be squirreled awayBut often it is erasurelike the gaps in records that shapethe scope and bias of archives.Like “no women died,” the commenton NY Times obituaries omittingall kinds of nonmale, nonwhite people. Secrets come wrapped in colorful psychology,repressed, traumatic, foundational.They fester and corrode and distort,their impact all

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