This is what can happen when you ask a girl to tell a story.
In this month’s edition of Ms. Muse, the prolific writer and visual artist shares new work from a forthcoming book and talks about the challenges of her childhood, the dissolving wall between literature and the art world and the urgency of creating after Kavanaugh.
In this month’s installment, Jessica Helen Lopez—two-time Women of the World City of Albuquerque Champion and former Albuquerque Poet Laureate Emeritus and Poet-In-Residence for the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History—shares a new poem and talks to Ms. about jumping out of the shower to write, reclamation and thriving between languages.
In this edition of Ms. Muse, Seattle’s Civic Poet shares two new poems and demands space for women writers to thrive.
This special installment of Ms. Muse features new works by Simone-Marie Feigenbaum, Jess Burnquist and Lisha Adela García about the southern border and how the U.S. treats immigrants seeking to live and work in America—people risking their lives to save their lives.
Poet, educator and spoken word artist Samantha Thornhill shares two new poems—and talks to Ms. about writing lost Black lives and the Black women poets who changed her life.
In the first installment of Ms. Muse, Lauren Alleyne shares two new poems and reflects on vulnerability, strength and the loneliness of competition.
Ms. is carving out a new discovery place for riotous, righteous and resonant feminist poetry to nourish and give voice to a rising tide of female resistance—and it starts right here.
Women make choices daily between the freedom to enjoy solitude—whether alone at home or in the world—and safety. Oftentimes, men can’t comprehend what that’s like.