In the fourth installment of his series “Mac & Jenny”, aritst and vendor Ibn Hipps tells Mac’s story as he argues with his father.
In this piece, artist and vendor Levester Green shares some of his mother’s work.
Artist and vendor Ron Dudley shares his thoughts on Donald Trump through poetry.
Artist and vendor Frederic John remembers his friend Alice Carter.
Artist/vendor Queenie Featherstone writes a poem about moving from place to place.
Artist and vendor Marcus Green shares some of his goals for the New Year.
The latest installment of artist/vendor Gerald Anderson’s recounting of his early years.
Vender and artist, Anthony Carney writes about wintertime for DC’s homeless people.
Vendor/artist Laticia Brock pays a tribute to her late friend, Angela Pounds.
In this poem, vendor and artist Evelyn Nnam looks forward to the new year.
Vendor and artist James Davis writes about his love of meat.
Artist, vendor and reporter Reginald Black’s poem examines the current state of the world.
Artist and vendor Marcellus Phillips shares his experience with Bitcoin.
Artist and vendor Laticia Brock uses poetry to memorialize her friend Miss Bobbie.
Artist/vendor Ronald Smoot shares the love he had for his dog as a child.
In a poem, artist/vendor Ibn Hipps shares his thoughts about hell.
My plan is to have a good job, like working in the Street Sense office. For my family, the new year means love for all… Read more »
A reflection on her recovery by Street Sense artist/vendor Vennie Hill
A New Years message from Street Sense artist/vendor James E. Gartrell.
A life update from Levester Green, a Street Sense artist/vendor.