March 29th, 2016

January 28, 2016

January 21, 2016

The Girl and the Apple

by Jasmine Kabale Moore

Marjorie got the feeling that she was missing orbs of worlds fly past as she listened to Victoria. The rays of an alien sun ebbed into the stale air in their craft. It was so lovely to be in this corner.  In the nuance that lives in the little places

Five Spaces in One Year

by Elodie St Louis

Spaces are always ridden with memory, meaning. I trace my steps inside rooms in order to remember. Feeling as matter, my body occupying in order to discover. There’s the boy I wanted to sit still with. There’s the space between us, unfulfilled.

The Urgency of Limbs

by Zaynab Viqar

You see, you take a broken thing and you make it more broken. You want to be the hero, but you have a wound for a mouth. You’re forgetting how to be gentle and now you’re the one who needs to be held.


December 02, 2015

Women Capturing Women: In Conversation W/ Tyra Mitchell

by Fabiola Ching

"I’m seeing a lot more girl creatives these days but I used to be like “Damn, where are they?” and now you can really see them. So now my part is showing girls of colour and pushing girls of colour."

October 12, 2015

To Be Born/To Be Wanted: Poems by Jamie Berrout

by Jamie Berrout

So strange to be wanted without being asked first to die. It melts me down and I am a scalding hot soup with no walls. I am curving my neck to be sipped at. 

September 27, 2015

The Women that Made Me Want to Write Again

by Fabiola Ching

The sudden (or for some, not so sudden) realization that we need to be able to read things by and about women who we see huge parts of ourselves in and who represent us.