a lesson on anatomy, taught by two special people
The world cup was a beautiful experience and it’s something that should be remembered.
This poem draws from a really difficult time in my life where I felt many emotions associated with grief.
Tune in to hear author Chrissy King and host Kathryn Destin get candid about body image, fatphobia, disordered eating, social media, and collective liberation.
You do not expect
the kindness. It comes
in splashes, like an outpour
after a long drought.
frame family in doorway, huddled on charcoal couch,
ad break muted in favor of bad jokes, laughter
gentle–wait for the punchline to pour gush of warmth into mugs,
clink spoon to make sonorous honey hum
to mellow ginger buzz
This is the Truth Riders Podcast. We are Maria Osorio and Barbara Victoria, a mentee and mentor from South America that met through Girls Write Now. Truth Riders is about arts & social justice.
Oliver Bradshaw turns his twin brother Alaric’s life upside down when he exposes a scandal at Alaric’s firm. Can the two men find common ground? Part 1 of 2.
The Bradshaw Twins saga continues… Will the twins put their differences aside for the good of thousands of people?
We have spoken so much about our relationships with our mothers that it only seemed natural we would both write letters to them that express our fond memories and wishes.
This piece is about patriarchal ideals within my culture and the way they have affected the women in my family.
An attempted recording of the strange sensations of synesthesia and anosmia.
There is a convenience store in town, owned by a gentle shopkeeper. In the shop, the year’s Venus flytraps are dying… only until the kids arrive.
This piece explores how film can help us think more deeply about our choices in life.
This year has been unlike any other. We wanted to share some of the ways that we’ve taken care of ourselves, stayed connected to each other, and found strength & purpose in community.