We Still Need the Sexy, Bilingual Poetry of tatiana de la tierra

A multilingual poet, publisher, print-based activist, begrudging academic, lover of smut and eternal other, de la tierra was everything I couldn’t resist as a young, queer writer still struggling to find community.

In “We Were Witches,” Feminism Triumphs Over Shame

Ariel Gore’s fantastical memoir “We Were Witches” tells the story of a teenage mother and aspiring writer surviving the throws of Bush-era conservatism.

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