An amorphous body seeking a form to settle into and call home. Shapeshifting through the past, Rhi speaks the the girl they were and the patchwork being they have become.
Open Kate’s notes app and explore what they’ve jotted down in sporadic moments of record keeping.
Werewolf? No, no, Pam is an Arewolf. Listen closely and they might have a little something to teach you about being in the present.
Through short story, Erin Ramsay touches on the corrosiveness of dysphoria, the decay of late capitalism, and the ambivalences of certain kinds of friendship.
Dark and visceral, Kat Rowan writes of feeling out of sync with womanhood in stanzas that will leave you feeling unspooled.
In a dream, you saw a way to survive, and you were filled with joy.
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