Month: January 2017

Review of Aaaron Coleman’s “St. Trigger”

The title piece, “St. Trigger,” is constructed like shrapnel from a shotgun miraculously made into words flung upon the page. Each of the words is interconnected, originating from the same source, but disparate and dislocated and uncontrolled.

12 Things You Should Know, Even After Obergefell v. Hodges

But even following the June 2015 Supreme Court decision in Obergefell v. Hodges, I have encountered some pernicious examples of homophobia that shake my faith in progress, or at the very least, validate my fears of a conservative backlash following nationwide marriage equality.

Be Courageous

In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, we at So to Speak stand with you as you go throughout your week with courage, truth, justice, compassion, dignity, humility, and service.

Three Shorts by Becky Jo Gesteland

Waste She stood at the bus stop, pulling the plastic string that sealed the top of her cigarette pack then shaking the outside wrapper from

Speaking With Oliver Baez Bendorf

In this super rad interview, conducted by Madeleine Wattenberg, we hear from Oliver Baez Bendorf about his collection of poetry The Spectral Wilderness, zines, library usage, and book recommendations.

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