Review: In Search of Pure Lust by Lise Weil

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Lise Weil quotes Adrienne Rich: “I choose to love this time for once with all my intelligence.” This approach to loving seems to be the exact conceit of Weil’s intimate memoir. Frequent references to H.D., Virginia Woolf, Mary Daly–as well as run-ins in with Audre Lorde–work to create a robust, and sometimes surprising, portrait of the second wave feminist movement. Throughout In Search of Pure Lust, Weil is driven by this intellectual, all-in loving. In her many relationships, Weil lusts for woman not only as partners and lovers, but as poets, scholars, and visionaries.

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Review: Long Love by Judith Barrington

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Judith Barrington’s Long Love is a collection of new and selected poems celebrating her impressive tenure as a writer. Drawing from Trying to Be an Honest Woman (1985), History and Geography (1989), as well as more recent works like Lost Lands (2008), this latest collection is anchored by Barrington’s stripped-back voice and generous poetic ear.

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exploring madness and queerness

twiin flame art collective

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roman pace is a sapphic, non-binary artist living in the south. roman places their work within a collective conjuring of queer future. they use collage, photography, and craft to explore the relationship between madness and queerness. they are a co founding member of twiin flame art collective. reach out to them at romanpacestaebler@gmail.com or check out their prints on instagram @romanpacestaebler.

 

 

 

 

enough with the dystopian futures by roman pace. collage. 2018.

fearless by roman pace. 2018. 2

fearless by roman pace. collage 2018.

 

_sapphic ground_ by roman pace. 2018.

on sapphic ground by roman pace. collage. 2018.

 

how far will you take it by roman pace. 2018.

how far will you take it by roman pace. collage. 2018.