We assume that William Shakespeare invented the Shakespearean sonnet—but what if Mary Sidney did instead?
Two lesbian poets talk religion, grief and pain.
Two lesbian poets discuss the body, their relationships with words and telling the truth.
Two lesbian poets talk about sexism, bird songs and the image of God.
A meandering and convivial conversation ensued complete with delicious macarons and a waltz around the grounds of Smith College.
Lesbian poets Freesia McKee and Farrell Greenwald Brenner talk libraries, poetry as possibility and the solidarity between a writer and their readers.
Two lesbian poets talk emotional journeys, writing as practice and Barbie dolls.
Two lesbian poets talk grief, solitude, small towns and Texas troopers.
Two lesbian poets talk translation, taboos and the duality of pleasure and pain.
Two lesbian poets talk form, first books and advice for aspiring writers.