Author: Kristen Brida

Letter from the Editor

Dear Readers of So to Speak: This is my last issue as Editor in Chief of So to Speak. While it is bittersweet to be

Retaso (Fabric Remnants) Series

Artist Statement My work explores psychological and socio-political themes surrounding liminal identity, cultural assimilation, and the Filipino/a diaspora, tempered by my experience as a Filipina

Morning Commute : Brooklyn to Times Square

Artist Statement Anatopism, which refers to something that is out of its proper place has defined my current work in painting. My work depicts snapshots

Speaking with Poetry Judge Eileen Myles

As our submission period wrap up & we review submissions for our contest period, our genre editors  Below, Poetry Editor E. Rhōdes speaks with our judge.

Letter from the Editor

Dear Reader: At So to Speak, I believe that with an intersectional feminist mission such as ours, it is crucial to not only promote talented

Andréa Acker

Artist Statement I’m highly influenced by the Surrealist movement, the symbolism found in the figurines from the Neolithic period, the indigenous/tribal arts and since my

EXPOSED

Artist Statement How do we begin to talk about the effects of a masculine dominated global society, and keep the privileged in the conversation? By

Lithium // Unobtainium

// Unobtainium Science fiction always begins after an unethical decision. For the greater good, greater bad, greater neutrality of some alien race who may or

Letter From One Who Knows

He longed to be surprising,
egged on by mornings dulled
by hangovers and vomit.
His hands were never clean
when he came home from the site.

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