Editorials

The Art of the Cruise

I rushed home eagerly one night in late 2009 after picking up a new outfit from the nearest retail store. I hoped it would be a hit for a night out on the town. I didn’t know who I’d meet that evening. I had to...

Welcome Back to Atlanta

Atlanta holds many memories for me; some memories are good and some I’d like to erase from my mind. It’s been nearly four years since I left the city. I departed with the burden of a broken heart while trying t...

Georgia Voice Welcomes in New Editor

The Georgia Voice is eager and excited to welcome an award-winning journalist, Patrick Colson-Price, to our team!Here's more about your new Georgia Voice editor in his own words:For nearly a decade, I've ch...

That’s What She Said: The Ultimate Amazon Oops

We’re living in what some future historian may deem as ‘the Age of Amazon.’ That’s because the online retailer has made it incredibly easy for all of us to be impulsive. I am now able to directly buy something ...

All Hail the Hairnet Lady

There is a woman who lives in my head and is, without question, the wisest person I’ve never met. She doesn’t have a name and her ethnicity shifts from Hispanic to white to black to “doesn’t matter” on the cons...

The “Black Sheep” of LGBTQ Journalism

I’m going for complete honesty here, no matter how many hackles it raises, but I’ve embraced the title of the “Black Sheep of LGBTQ Journalism” bestowed to me by a younger, “smarter” journalist who writes outra...

From the Editor’s Desk: Advice to the Young Writer

“I write to editors all the time and I never hear back,” the young man on the airplane told me. His name was Trey, and he was coming back from the same LGBTQ journalists’ convening I’d just attended. We were ...