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Show Me What You Got
Book Launch

Save the date

We are thrilled to announce an outdoor launch at Mcgolrick Park on Thursday, Sept 17th from 4-8 EST for our second issue, Show Me What You Got! Come picnic and grab a drink on us at this socially distanced launch. All 3 editors will be set up at a table with our new issue available, as well as new merch (hankies and t-shirts)! 


Due to the circumstances of COVID, and at the parks request, we ask that all folks please wear a mask and keep clustered gathering to your respective groups/pods. The park is a large open space, and ADA accessible. 

We are so grateful for the support of all of you and the ability to continue to be a platform for marginalized dyke communities. We look forward to spending a nice day and evening at the park, soaking up the last bit of summer and supporting lesbian art!

Read more about the second issue here

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Phoenix Lindsey-Hall

Artist Talk

August 13th, 6 pm EST

Join WMN for an artist talk with artist Phoenix Lindsey-Hall (She/Them). This evening will center around a discussion with Lindsey-Hall who works with sculpture, ceramics and photography to focus on contemporary queer issues and culture. Register for the event below!

Phoenix Lindsey-Hall is a Brooklyn-based mixed media artist. Lindsey-Hall holds a MFA in Photography from Parsons The New School of Design in 2012 and a BFA in Photography from Savannah College of Art in 2004. She has held solo shows at Victori + Mo Gallery (New York, NY) Christopher Stout Gallery (Brooklyn, NY) Brown Gallery at Duke University (Durham, NC), Gallery Aferro (Newark, NJ) and shown in group shows in various galleries in New York, NY, Philadelphia, PA, Louisville, KY, Savannah GA and in Pingyao, China. She is New York Art Residency and Studios (NARS), Studio Residency Recipient, and a participant in the Emerge Program with the Aljira Center for Contemporary Arts in conjunction with Creative Capital. Her artwork centers on violence in queer communities.

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Zoom chat with
the Editors

On Saturday May 16th, 2020 the WMN editors organized an open discussion with a Q&A over zoom to talk about the publication, topics surrounding art, resourcing, the lesbian experience in general and to answer our readers and followers questions. Thank you so much to everyone who joined us!

If you didn’t have a chance to attend the chat but still have questions for the editors, please feel free to shoot us an email at wmn.zine@gmail.com. Looking forward to hearing from you!