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Writers Resist Apr 20
Read Jon Wesick's satire, "Want Fries with That?" in this week's issue of Writers Resist.
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Writers Resist 6h
And here we have two poems by Jeremy Nathan Marks, "Interiors" and "Cotton Mather Exchange," in the current issue of Writers Resist.
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Writers Resist Apr 7
Take a deep breath, release, read me: "The man who killed me got out of prison this week," a poem by in the current issue of Writers Resist.
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des mannay Apr 6
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Katherine Jurgens Apr 9
on , that "Autocratic regimes feel legitimized by trump's attacks on the press. That they don't feel there's a gatekeeper anymore." - Rachel Spence
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Writers Resist Apr 19
Read "What Crosses," a poem by Jane Rosenberg LaForge in the new issue of Writers Resist.
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StoryTime Sooz 📚 Feb 5
Replying to @DevonEllington
Fascinating! Interested in hearing more about your experience & expertise. Will you be teaching a class soon? 😁 JK, but I’m intrigued & eager to learn more. Is there any concern about tone alienating/limiting the audience?
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Writers Resist Apr 6
Read this thing—"The Wall that Trump Built"—a dystopian cumulative tale by Robbie Gamble, in the current issue of Writers Resist.
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Writers Resist Jan 22
Liz Harmer: Currently resisting neoliberal narratives around climate change that pretend this disaster is the fault of individuals and not corporations. Resisting the idea that art and beauty don't matter. Trying hard to resist my own despair.
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Kit-Bacon Gressitt Apr 5
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Sionnach Wintergreen, Author 🏳️‍🌈 Feb 17
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Writers Resist Apr 18
Issue 85 of Writers Resist is ready for inspection: Poetry by and , satirical fiction by Jon Wesick, and art by Beth Levine.
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Jen Soriano Dec 14
Day 4 book 4 to buy as holiday gifts for people you love: Invocation to Daughters by . I quote from this collection often because to me these poems are magic.
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Anne Korkeakivi Jan 21
! ! This evening (21.1), 18.30-20.00, Café Slatkine comes alive w/readings by Darcy Alexandra, Susan Jane Gilman, Max Lobe, Luke McCallin & myself, in benefit of Samos Volunteers. Free, and all are welcome! Come!
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Jen Soriano Dec 13
Day 3 book 3 to buy as holiday gifts for people you love: Water & Salt by Winner-2018 WA State Book Award for poetry, I go to this for reminders to celebrate & sing even in dark times
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Marie Korman, J.D. Feb 12
Replying to @teoami
So important that everyone of us have our voices heard to stand up for so many who can’t speak for themselves or who are forcibly being silenced!
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Mel Mar 28
You'll love Portland. If you have time the Japanese Garden is serene. A place to catch your breath. Wish I could be there.
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Milagros Peña Jan 23
HAPPENING TONIGHT! Hear undergraduates, grad students, faculty writers, alumni, and community members read works of resistance as part of the movement! Tonight, Jan. 23, 5-7pm Round Lab, INTS 1111 Details:
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Julia Hands Feb 10
This March at , be a part of the discussion on writing as activism and writing in community.
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Writers Resist Jan 23
Jennifer Espinoza: I write in resistance to transphobia, white supremacy, patriarchy, and all other systemic and culturally-entrenched forms of power that exist to exploit, control, and oppress.
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