When We Become Weavers: Queer Female Poets on the Midwestern Experience

When We Become Weavers brings together a multitude of voices exploring the many dimensions of the Midwest queer female experience a land of moderation and extremes, lakes and thunderstorms, tall grass prairie and dance clubs, racism and transphobia, assault and female erotic power In this volume, 17 poets, familiar and new, share stories you won t soon forget Lovers ofWhen We Become Weavers brings together a multitude of voices exploring the many dimensions of the Midwest queer female experience a land of moderation and extremes, lakes and thunderstorms, tall grass prairie and dance clubs, racism and transphobia, assault and female erotic power In this volume, 17 poets, familiar and new, share stories you won t soon forget Lovers of poetry, click your heels together three times and rejoice Queer female poets of the Midwest have shared the wide prairie range of their imaginations in Kate Lynn Hibbard s When We Become Weavers We may or may not be in Kansas any But read these lines, read between these lines, and enter the clear eyed, sometimes subtle, sometimes seething, always edifying landscape of these women s words Go ahead, let yourself be transported by this tornado of queer female poets You know how to find your way home Sally Bellerose, author of The Girls Club
When We Become Weavers Queer Female Poets on the Midwestern Experience When We Become Weavers brings together a multitude of voices exploring the many dimensions of the Midwest queer female experience a land of moderation and extremes lakes and thunderstorms tall grass

  • Title: When We Become Weavers: Queer Female Poets on the Midwestern Experience
  • Author: Crystal Boson Jes Braun Natalie J. Byers Ching-In Chen Carla Christopher Jane Eastwood Jennifer-River Eller Jessica Verse Gabrielle
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  • Page: 289
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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