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.
Two lesbian poets talk elegies, illness and difference.
Two lesbian poets talk about journeys, being seen and fusing the biographic with the fantastic.
Did you catch the Guerrilla Girls on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert? They giggled a lot, but these girls are serious—and have been serious for 30 years—about righting a multitude of wrongs against women artists. The Guerrilla Girls each have a secret identity named for a woman artist: Frida Kahlo, Romaine Brooks, Georgia O’Keeffe and Emily […]
Ms. September September’s kohl-rimmed eyes at cabaret, her turtleneck in black, the color wrong. But will she listen? No, this is her song, the little room now falling, flows away. A “girlie calendar” makes one think of men’s lockers, walls of auto repair shops or a military barracks: They’re typically collections of nude or scantily […]
Ms. August Downstream in August, down the heron flew, straight through the secret bower where we stay in ferny waterfalls, safe from the day, forgotten as her words, a fonds perdu. A “girlie calendar” makes one think of men’s lockers, walls of auto repair shops or a military barracks: They’re typically collections of nude or […]