July 31, 2015
by J. Dyck
July 31, 2015
GUTS started in Edmonton in 2013. The idea for a feminist magazine began during a small reading group, inspired by dialogue with seminal and emerging feminist theory and writing. The first issue launched on a homemade website and featured content...
Listen to “We Can’t Stop Here: Lessons from an American Road Trip” Growing up, I remember craning the antenna on my stereo to catch the frequency from Buffalo’s premiere hip hop station, WBLK. Somehow through the radio, America—and the vibrant...
to feel pleasure is a movement towards a locus of healing, and to cum is to give into into a novel experience of trust and arrival
A meditation on Black forced migration and transcendent acts of resistance as reflected in storytelling, mythistory, music, literature, and dreamtime.
a poetic geography of survival that holds settler colonialism—not the streets or the people there—responsible for acts of violence
On a skateboard, Trynne Delaney develops a new understanding of public space alongside femmes who, like her, are coming into their queerness and racialized identities.
In the spirit of crip knowledge sharing, Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha's advice for cripping a book tour
Hadiyyah Kuma on general stores as spaces of solidarity, resistance, and community building.