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Articles Joy Fisher Looking Back Views

Becoming a Writer: A Gift from Candis Graham

By Joy Fisher I never knew Candis Graham. She died in Victoria, BC, in 2005, two years before I moved there. In 1994, when she was still living in Ottawa, she told an interviewer, “I write for lesbians.” She wrote for me, but I didn’t know that, either—not until 2012 when I was chosen to...

Articles Theodosia Henney Views

The Importance of Writing About Queer* Sex

By Theodosia Henney It was the final semester of college. I was sitting with one of my advisors in her office, and we were reviewing my most recent batch of poems and flash-prose; two of them were about having sex with a woman. Yes, they were big, queer, gay-ass poems imbued with desire and...

Andrea Routley Articles Views

Right to Imagine?

I was recently following the cyber trail from UVic Pride’s website to various sites describing the rights and responsibilities for someone of a “majority” group entering a “minority space.” Some of the advice included a responsibility to listen to, not to argue...

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