Who We Are
So to Speak was founded in 1993 by an editorial collective of women MFA candidates at George Mason University. As our journal has evolved over the years, so has our outlook on feminism. We believe in an intersectional feminist outlook which includes, advocates for, and amplifies the perspectives & experiences of marginalized individuals.
We are looking for poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and visual art from various identities and backgrounds. It is no secret that the literary canon and literary journals are largely comprised of heteronormative, patriarchal, cisgender, able-bodied white men. So to Speak seeks work by writers, poets, and artists who want to challenge and change the identity of the “canonical” writer. Our mission at So to Speak is to provide a digital and print platform to amplify the voices of BIPOC, people with disabilities, LGBTQ+ people, nonbinary people, women, neurodivergent people, people of all different religions or none, migrants, refugees & immigrants (regardless of citizenship), and veterans.
EDITOR IN CHIEF: kyra Kondis
ASSISTANT EDITOR in chief: Amanda ganus
BLOG EDITOR: Simonne Francis
FICTION EDITOR: Rebecca burke
ASSISTANT FICTION EDITOR: virginia eggerton
NONFICTION EDITOR: STEPHANIE BUCKLEY
ASSISTANT NONFICTION EDITOR: shabrayle setliff
POETRY EDITOR: DANIELLE P. WILLIAMS
ASSISTANT POETRY EDITOR: KELL PIEPER
ART EDITOR: kate keeney
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Feminist journal of language + art. We publish poetry, fiction, nonfiction & visual art exploring intersections of gender, race, class & sexuality.