News and Features

  • 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 […]
  • Lesbian Invisibility
    in Art History
    An interview with art historian Ksenia M. Soboleva In late may 2020 Soboleva sat down with in WMN co-editor Sara Duell […]
  • Addresses Project:
    Wanda Acosta
    This portrait is from Addresses Project, a mixed-media series by Gwen Shockey and Riya Lerner featuring lesbian and queer women who have dedicated […]
  • Addresses Project:
    Sharee Nash
    This portrait is from Addresses Project, a mixed-media series by Gwen Shockey and Riya Lerner featuring lesbian and queer women who have dedicated […]
  • 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.
  • Lesbian filmmaker
    Megan Rossman
    Film maker and director Megan Rossman and WMN co-editor Jeanette Spicer chat about older generation dykes, photography, film making and the […]
  • 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 […]
  • Seeking Website Contributors
    WMN is Seeking Website Contributors This section of our site will include video and written interviews with past contributors, and other […]

Collaborate with us

This section of our site includes a variation and combination of images, videos, and written interviews with current and past contributors, as well as other lesbian identified folks. We are open to collaborative duos or groups, or to collaborate together with you. The content does not need to be lesbian themed or oriented, but we ask that artists and contributors identify as dyke/lesbian. WMN will feature each artist(s) via social media and the post will remain on the site permanently.

This area of the site will act as an archive and place of resource/education, resistance and hope. If you or anyone you know has art, poetry/writing, or history to contribute to WMN please let us know at: submit@wmnzine.com! 

Please note that visual imagery can cross all mediums, but must replicate well online. We also ask that written submissions are not longer than one full page.