November 20, 2017
by Kailey Tedesco - EIC
Kailey Tedesco: Congratulations on winning our first ever fiction contest! What were some of your major inspirations when writing “Bell Weather”?
Catherine Moore: Thank you! This narrative began after a conversation with a friend about the stereotype of “child-less” wom...
November 13, 2017
by Alexa Doran
Sometimes when the room is made of oak
and I am made of flesh
the room and I mix like...
September 11, 2017
by Sohini Chatterjee
Where’s my independence?
1947 brought a different independence
Than the novella in my head:
Where heroines dressed like themselves
But were accorded the valor of heroes.
Where an aimless drifter was a woman with matted hair
But the word “witch” did not exist in village air
June 19, 2017
by Carrie L. Krucinski
Baby-making season has come and gone, again.
Young women who drank Moscato and complained
of glass ceilings have become heavy breasted,
their children’s dinner always within reach.
As a child, I dreamt of babies, bottles, booties.
There was a flow chart with marriage a...