Healing In Public: Indya Moore Speaks Her Truth

By Morticia Godiva
Morticia Godiva: Hello Indya, thank you so much for agreeing to sit with me and get a little tea for this interview for this year’s issue of Spectrum. How did you sleep last night? 
Indya Moore: I rested pretty well thank you for asking. I had a really full day. My night ended with seeing the Xenia Rubinos concert with my friend Isabelle and it was so beautiful and we had a lot of fun. We got some Mexican food. By this time it was probably about 1:30 a.m., quite late, we were just dilly-dallying. I had rode my bike from Elsewhere and by the time I was on my way home, the battery died about halfway so I was just peddling manually from Bushwick all the way to Sunset Park. It was really fun and I didn’t know I just had so much energy after riding. I smoked a little toke and watched an episode of “Love, Death, & Robots” called ‘Jibaro,’ and oh my God it was incredible. I have to watch it again. It’s one of the most beautiful, painfully emotional visual exper...

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