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- The Holy Ghost People: A Play in Verse by Joshua Young
The Holy Ghost People: A Play in Verse by Joshua Young
"We realize that holy ghost people is a bad name for them. but we can't shuck it away. it clings. everyone still uses it. the holy ghost people are not ghosts. they have real hair. god loves them most, so they say. so they say. so god says. so they say. god lets them bend in the time-flux space travel, the galaxy flickers dust. they carry the dust in their hair, it makes them look red-headed. at night it looks like neon."
The Holy Ghost People was written by Joshua Young and published in 2014 by Plays Inverse. Joshua resides in Chicago. As well as being a poet he is the director of poetry and nonfiction at Columbia College Chicago. His other works include When the Wolves Quit, To the Chapel of Light, and The Diegesis, which he cowrote with Chas Hoppe.