Dehydrated androgyny soars high as ornate headdresses dance blithely among vividly obvious hues scattering bright orange romance infecting gender stereo doors with sprinkles of frivolous cues. A full house, three queens over two diamond jacks, painted by camera lens, as gender bends, away in android jones style gluttony - deus ex machina - breaking free of brains... Continue Reading →
Poem: I Am Safe Inside This Body
A new poem by the emerging writer, Spencer Jean from Montreal.
Poems by Joshua Merchant
Outside sounds like the family of cardinals- or the grief of lightening we survive together and still mundane- the walks from home. the movies. grocery store or dinner table. the vastness of it all. the field of horses behind my apartment that bring me to a pause. can’t see the face but I know something... Continue Reading →
Light Spots: Poetry.
Sylvia Bernhardt Light Spots Blind courage Has moved me once more. Scabbed yet gently painted, My toes brush the dirt aside To check for glass or unknown Hurts. Others, Blind in their own respects, Dropped spilt or threw On the path I trod. Pilgrims passing through will Look upon me, with jealous Tired, eyes. Beneath... Continue Reading →
Tonight! Sinister Wisdom 124: Deeply Held Beliefs
Sinister Wisdom 124: Deeply Held Beliefs published Spring 2022 Sinister Wisdom 124: Deeply Held Beliefs Spiritual/Political Activism of Lesbian Feminists in the South brings together the sixth and last issue of stories collected by the Southern Lesbian Feminist Activist Herstory Project (SLFAHP). Many of these stories show the intersection of spirituality and religion with politics... Continue Reading →
VCFA LGBTQ+ Student / Alumnx Reading April 13, 7:30pm ET
Sleam, Des, and I are super excited to head to our Alma Mater this week in support of the LGBTQ+ Student and Alumnx reading. Free entry and all are welcome. Register here for Zoom access.