Check out some amazing visual crossword poems!
By Mary T Duerksen En las idiomas Romanticas, sustanivos y adjectivos son dé género. In Romance languages, nouns and adjectives are gendered. Mi tarea es a 'un-género' estas linguas. My task is to 'un-gender' these languages. Usaré el Español como ejemplo I will use Spanish as an example. In mi trabajo, yo estudio e investigo sistemas que oprimen … Continue reading queering language
On Writing; Or, What I Say in the Mirror on Days that are Heavy & Burdensome
By Carley Fockler Second semester student and Assistant to Art Editor Waking up to a canary singing sounds better than it is. If A.M is in the title, it's far too early in the day for me. But, after a sprinkling of seeds in his dish, the bird falls silent. I look through his bars … Continue reading One Way Streets: Ipanema
By Mary T. Duerksen The photo and audio clip provided come from our second semester student Mary. Listen to the sounds of Rio in the morning, from construction, to dogs barking, to the buzz of a beautiful city.
There was something ineffably poetic about that silence . . .
I cannot power through this book, like so many others before, for one simple reason: it powers through me.