Cary Alan Johnson writes. Working from bases in Brooklyn and various cities in Africa. He was an original member of the Blackheart Collective and Other Countries: Black Gay Voices. (Yes, an O.G.) He has recently connected with brilliant brothers at the Tenth Magazine and his essay, “Mo(u)rning in America: Confessions of a Black Gay Baby Boomer” appeared in their sophomore issue. He has published poetry, fiction, and works for the stage as well as non-fiction in various anthologies including Changing Men, RFD, Go the Way Your Blood Beats, E. Lynn Harris’s In this Village, and Assoto Saint’s the Road Before Us. He is currently working on something that feels like a novel.