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WMN is a Publication of
Lesbian Art and Poetry

Issue Four | Spring 2022

When We Leave

Dykes with experience with migration and immigration, international relocation, displacement, refugees & borders. Read more about the issue

$22 (exl. shipping)

Issue Three | Spring 2021

Taking Space

Lesbians who identify as disabled and/or are living with a physical, sensory, cognitive, or chronic illness. Read more about the issue

$22 (exl. shipping)

Issue Two | Summer 2020

Show Me What
You Got

Older Generation Dyke Artists and Poets
Read more about the issue

$22 (exl. shipping)

Issue One | Winter 2020

Seasons of a Dyke

Rural and Smaller City Lesbian Artists and Poets
Read more about the issue

$22 (exl. shipping)

Open Call for issue 5 Thresholds

An Open Call for Lesbian artists and poets who are not cis gender. This includes but it not limited to people who are transgender, non-binary, gender non-conforming, gender fluid, gender queer, two-spirit and intersex.

Dates to apply are January 11- February 28, 2023

Read more about the Open Call here

Dyke merch

Rose beanie
Gold embroidery on  
100% cotton black hat

DYKE hat
Gold embroidery on  
100% cotton black hat

WMN Rose
Two color silkscreen on  
100% cotton black t-shirt

DYKE Hankies
One color silkscreen on  
100% cotton handkerchief

DYKE
Gradient silkscreen on 
100% cotton black t-shirt
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DYKE
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100% cotton white t-shirt
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For All The Dykes
Gradient silkscreen on 
100% cotton white t-shirt
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WMN Fang
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100% cotton black t-shirt
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Sapphic Printing Press
Collaboration with Sapphic Printing Press  
100% cotton white t-shirt
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Features

  • WMN Studio visit with Milena Díaz Rojas
    Quito, Ecuador In this WMN Studio visit we talk with with Ecuadorian poet Milena Díaz Rojas (She/ her – they/them). Her poem “Serranía/Mountainous” was featured in issue 4 When We Leave. Each studio visit highlights one […]
  • WMN Studio visit with Carson Wolfe
    Manchester, England In this Studio visit WMN meets with Mancunian poet Carson Wolfe (they/them) who just published the chapbook Boy(ish) Vest. Their poem “It’s not a ‘Support Bubble’. Bitch. It’s a Coven” was featured in issue […]
  • WMN Studio visit with kevanté ac cash
    Nassau, the Bahamas In this inaugural WMN Studio visit, meet literary artist and experimental filmmaker kevanté ac cash (they/she), their poems “that night” and “views from ella’s old room” were featured in issue 4 When We […]
  • Creating Black queer dream spaces – Interview with Alanna Fields
    Lens-based mixed media artist and archivist Alanna Fields spoke with WMN editor Jeanette Spicer about creating Black queer dream spaces and the mundane and vulnerable intimacy in her work.  Jeanette Spicer: How do you source your […]
Hand holding  WMN Lesbian Art and Poetry   Issue 1 "Seasons of a Dyke"

About WMM’s four issues

WMN is a publication of art and poetry which showcases work by historically 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 second issue “Show Me What You Got” presents art and poetry by older generation dykes.

The third issue “Taking Space” presents art and poetry by lesbian who identify and/or are living with visible/invisible disabilities.

Our latest and fourth issue “When We Leave” highlight work by Lesbian artists and poets who have had experience with migration and immigration, international relocation, displacement, refugees & borders.

Keep in touch with WMN

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

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WMN founders Jeanette Spicer, Florencia Alvarado, and Sara Duell wearing white dyke t-shirts standing next to each other looking into the camera