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What I Mean When I Say I Am Genderqueer

To my friends and family who identify with the gender they were assigned at birth:

I want to tell you what it feels like to be me: not man, not woman. 1,000 more words

Saying the Unsayable: Kate Bornstein

Here’s another piece from last week’s New Statesman, edited by Neil Gaiman and Amanda Palmer, on Saying the Unsayable. This is from American writer Kate Bornstein: 116 more words

Real Life

Gender Issue Deadline Extended

A deadline only days after AWP? What were we thinking?

So we are keeping submissions open for our special gender issue until April 30th. 129 more words

News And Events

Brevity Kickstarter Launches Today

From Sarah Einstein:

This blog post is, really, a confession of love, though I suspect it’s not much of a confession… that you all already know that I love… 373 more words

News And Events

Recent Book Hauls

I said I would try not to buy as many new books this year, but we all knew that wouldn’t last. I’ve tried to at least make a push to read the books I buy right away so they don’t sit around for months or years on the shelf unread… great idea, hey? 119 more words


Brevity Issue Focused on Experiences of Gender

Brevity is excited to announce that it’s 49th issue will focus on experiences of gender. We are looking for work that considers gender: what it is, what it means, how our understanding of it is changing. 255 more words

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Bornstein, Kate: Hello, Cruel World

Bornstein, Kate. Hello, Cruel World: 101 Alternatives to Suicide for Teens, Freaks, and Other Outlaws. New York: Seven Stories Press, 2011.


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Topic: Navigating Madness