Tag: intersectionality

Announcing our 2021 Virtual Reading!

So to Speak is thrilled to announce that on Sunday, April 18, 2021, at 8:00 PM EST, we’ll be holding a virtual reading featuring contributors

Bi Joy as Resistance

“LGBTQIA+ folx are not a monolith. We deserve to hear more stories than we have been told. We deserve narrative plentitude—so many stories that no

We Come Together

like a tapestry of worn threads. Our feet carry us here: a pilgrimage of shared suffering. Greetings are made, voices break their weary silence, arms

Strange Fruit, 2020

content warning: lynching, police brutality A man was lynched today And like Strange Fruit He swung in the breeze But in the distance A low

Fast

Maple, skin, girl I hope your insides Tastes as sweet as the syrup I imagine. You were a symbol of lust, not love, Since the

galaxy, red

From the Archives: “Endlessly”

“Endlessly” originally appeared in the 2019 contest issue of So to Speak. Content warning: mentions of abuse. Endlessly   He isn’t going to answer, but

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