The Filipinx Edition: Prose and Poetry
“Write with your eyes like painters, with your
ears like musicians, with your feet like dancers.
You are the truthsayer with quill and torch.
Write with your tongues of fire.”
- Gloria Anzaldúa from This Bridge Called My Back
Writings By Radical Women Of Color
In this collection of prose and poetry, click each thumbnail to access an audio version of each written piece in the video player.
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"All the Pinays are straight, all the queers are Pinoy..." by Kimberly Alidio
Poem: All the Pinays are straight, all the queers are Pinoy, but some of us" from after projects the resound (Black Radish Books, 2016)
KIMBERLY ALIDIO (she/they) is the author of why letter ellipses; : once teeth bones co...
Vacuuming Dreams by Lucy Burns
Short Story: “Vacuuming Dreams”
from California Dreaming: Movement And Place In The Asian American Imaginary (University of Hawai’i Press, 2021)
LA based, L BURNS (they/siya/she) works at an educational institution, writes and...