Micro-Reviews of New VegAl Poetry: Jarrott, Thompson & La Force

A few years ago, my friend Bethany Price started holding an itinerant writing group in coffee shops in Milwaukee. The group was fun because we wrote, but it was also great because Bethany assembled a different collection of weirdos each time. You always knew you would meet interesting people. A few years later, one of… Read More Micro-Reviews of New VegAl Poetry: Jarrott, Thompson & La Force

“What the heck is a zine?” & Other Questions

We’ve gotten several questions about our call for poetry submissions for the zine “The Politics of Shelter.” These questions include “What the heck is this?” and “What the heck is a zine?” Eventually, our new micropublishing project Brackish Daughters will have its own website, but until then, I’m putting this Q&A up here on my… Read More “What the heck is a zine?” & Other Questions

Processes of Becoming: Joy Ladin Speaks in South Beach

I have no hesitancy in bragging on my publisher, Headmistress Press, especially because of all their really incredible associated poets. I first became really acquainted with Headmistress when I wrote a review of Lesléa Newman’s I Carry My Mother in 2016. I have a soft spot for queer narratives about family, and that book really… Read More Processes of Becoming: Joy Ladin Speaks in South Beach