Upcoming Opportunities in Seattle
queridas herman@s, in the next few weeks there will be a couple incredible opportunities for any of you living in seattle. on wednesday, may 2, chimamanda ngozi agichie will be delivering a lecture at benaroya hall. adichie is a nigerian author known for books such as purple hibiscus, half of a yellow sun,and the thing around your neck. she also gave a wonderful tedtalk on “the danger of...
Womyn with a Y
The poem below comes from a wonderful bay area sister and freedom fighter. To see more of her work check out beautyinthebr0ken.tumblr.com. I spell womyn with a Y W-O-M-Y-N Merriam-Webster tells me it should be W-O-M-A-N, singular Now I don’t know what the A stands for Because despite the fact that acceptance and affirmation are in the same section of the dictionary Ambiguity still lurks in the...
What's your story?
Fill out the form below to submit your writings/drawings/muses to Home on the Margins today! Initial entries due 13th of April at 11:59pm. Rolling submissions are accepted and topics will change weekly. Email email@example.com with your name: location: how you identify: preferred gender pronoun: entry: In Solidarity, am and Audre
queridas herman@s, luces maravillosas, i write to you from my oft-neglected desk in my bedroom on the second floor of an old lavender house. past the roofs of the houses across the street from mine, i can see the very tip of the space needle. the most remarkable view, though, is just inches away from my windowpane: beautiful pink blossoms in full bloom. i wish y’all were here so i could share...