Dazed in 2020 Vertigo: Spoken by the author

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by Terron Ferguson
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an illustration by DAVID ALABO

Listen to Terron Ferguson perform his poem from Issue 005: DAZE, written from the flux of the Covid-19 pandemic & the uprising for Black Lives experienced in 2020. You can read the poem in its written form here.


Terron Ferguson is a lawyer, businessman, and global organizer from Miami, Florida. He earned a B.A. in Philosophy from Morehouse College and a J.D. from New York University School of Law. His professional background consists of various roles, including working as an elementary special education teacher, corporate lawyer, and death penalty attorney. In 2017, Terron was awarded a German Chancellor Fellowship. In partnership with the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation and Universitat Leipzig, he moved to Leipzig, Germany and facilitated a clinical project. Terron runs a firm called YANCY Inc. His practice offers corporate counsel, strategic advice, program development, and produces creative projects.

Terron was previously featured in Stillpoint Magazine Issue 001: FANTASY with The Fear Jesus Might Be Starting a Cult.


David Alabo is a Ghanaian-Moroccan artist whose works could be described as a fusion of afrofuturism & surrealism.

For more of David’s work visit the original feature of his and Terron’s pieces here. His work was also displayed in Issue 005 alongside S. Alfonso Williams’ essay “To Be or Not To Be”: Blackness and Signification.

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