For National Poetry Month, an ode to the queer poets who talk about their love, fight for justice, and helped me save myself.
We’ll be back in Cincy shortly, but in the meantime we have returned home to catch up with some of New York City’s finest dappers.
Andrea Gibson will be in San Francisco for two nights for double the feelings.
“What really sets Angel Haze apart from the crowd of other up-and-comers is the level of brutal, unflinching honesty in her lyrics.”
National Poetry Slam 2013! We laughed, we cried, we stayed up until ungodly hours of the night to cheer on our friends and favorites.
Vanessa’s Team Pick: “Stay Here With Me is a place for everyone who has ever wanted to die. And for everyone who has wanted to live.”
This is an exclusive Autostraddle interview with Andrea Gibson. Happy National Poetry Month, queermos!
This fifth installment finds our freshmen on their way home for the holidays. They’re becoming leaders, creating new families, meeting Andrea Gibson and recovering from finals, foot surgery and concussions! We just love them so.
On this very special Sunday Funday, DC gets aware, Charlottesville gets proud, Brandi Carlile gets married, and the Midwest gets gay. Also, we made you a video — you’re welcome.
So in order to include Andrea Gibson in this article, because we know you want us to, we (Carmen and KC Danger) decided to pay homage to her by watching her on YouTube and writing in notebooks.”
You probably don’t read enough poetry and you would probably be smarter if you did.