My essay is a meditation on David Marriott's corpus of writing. It attempts to foreground some of the implications of his work for the future direction of queer theory, feminism, and scholarly attention to race. In making a demand on our thinking and sensibilities, his contribution asks us to bear witness to past and ghostly forms of violence that seek to fix blackness as the ultimate signifier of unassimilable difference.

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