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Midwife Jennie Joseph on Race, Power, and Changing Birth in America

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Childbirth and Feminism aren’t words that are often paired together in the same sentence. The focus for most feminist movements is on the decision whether to have a child or not, and whether a woman has full agency in the decision when deciding not to carry a pregnancy to full-term. But what about …

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Pine Box Reading in Seattle Tonight!

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For those of you in Seattle for the AWP conference, don’t forget the So to Speak reading today, Saturday, March 1, from 3 PM to 5 PM! Our reading features poetry by Laura-Gray Street, fiction by Jessica Barksdale, and nonfiction by Tim Denevi and takes place at the Pine Box, a restaurant …

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AWP Offsite Reading at The Pine Box!

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The staff of So to Speak would like to invite you to our offsite reading at the 2014 AWP conference in Seattle, Washington!

Photo credit Kendall Jones

Our multi-genre reading will be held on Saturday, March 1 (the last day of the conference) from 3 PM to 5 PM and will feature poetry by …

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Award-winning Joy Harjo on the Binds of Culture and More

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JOY HARJO’S first book of poetry, The Last Song, was published in 1975, during a time period often referred to as theSecond Wave of the Native American Renaissance. Born in 1951 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Harjo’s ancestral Mvskoke (Creek) Nation roots weave effortlessly throughout her many books, books that include nine works of poetry, a …

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