For all
the Dykes

WMN is a Publication of
Lesbian Art and Poetry

Issue 1 of WMN Lesbian Art and Poetry Seasons of a Dyke

Issue One | Winter 2020

Seasons of a Dyke

Rural and Smaller City Lesbian Artists and Poets
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$20 (exl. shipping)

10% of each sale goes to the GRIOT Circle serving LGBTQ elders of color in NYC since 1995. Orders shipped August 2020.

Issue 2 of WMN Lesbian Art and Poetry Show me what you got

Issue Two | Summer 2020

Show Me What You Got

Older Generation Dyke Artists and Poets
Read more about the issue

$20 (exl. shipping)

10% of each sale goes to the GRIOT Circle serving LGBTQ elders of color in NYC since 1995. Orders shipped August 2020.

News

July 7, 2020

Addresses Project

featuring Wanda Acosta and Sharee Nash

Addresses Project is a mixed-media series by Gwen Shockey and Riya Lerner featuring lesbian and queer women who have dedicated their lives to creating and holding space for women in New York City from the 1950s to today.


June 18, 2020

Moving on from Grace

Hila Amit’s moving short story about love and grief recounts a woman’s relationship with her girlfriend’s mother after her sudden death, and the memories of the daughter and partner that they have lost.


May 21, 2020

Interview with filmmaker Megan Rossman

See the conversation between Megan Rossman the maker of the documentary The Archivettes about the Lesbian Herstorys archives and WMN co-editor Jeanette Spicer.


WMN Issue 1 Seasons of a Dyke

About WMM’s two first issues

WMN is a publication of art and poetry which showcases work by underrepresented lesbian groups.

The first issue “Seasons of a Dyke” features work by lesbians living in rural areas and cities with a population of 800,000 and less in the US.

The forthcoming second issue “Show Me What You Got” presents art and poetry by older generation dykes. Both issues are available for pre-sale now!

black and white portrait of the three founders topless looking into the camera

Keep in touch with WMN

Read more about the WMN mission and the founders Venezuelan artist Florencia Alvarado, Swedish designer Sara Duell, and American photographer Jeanette Spicer here.

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