Dyke Creativity

Dyke Creativity 3 issues of Sinister Wisdom

This special collection of three issues invites readers into the world of Dyke Creativity, as expressed in the pages of Sinister Wisdom over the past twenty-five years. The Dyke Creativity Collection gathers three issues with great writing and thinking by lesbians that continues to be relevant for our time. Sinister Wisdom 51 features a photograph of Terri Jewell on the cover, incredible poetry, short stories, novel excerpts, and a transcript from a speech at the 1993 March on Washington as well as much more highlighting the spirit of sinister wisdom present in 1993. Sinister Wisdom 73: The Art Issue is a visual feast of artwork by lesbians on each and every page. Sinister Wisdom 81: Lesbian Poetry? When--and Now! is a collection of urgent and powerful poetry published in 2010 linking contemporary lesbian poets with lesbian poets of the past. These three issues document the vitality of dyke creativity in the world and are certain to inspire, challenge, and nurture readers today.

Sinister Wisdom is offering the package at three rates with our usual sliding scale: $4.00 which covers the cost of postage only, $10.00 which covers postage and a small contribution to Sinister Wisdom to help us keep doing our work, $15 is for womyn who can give a little more to Sinister Wisdom and cover the cost of the issues and postage. Make your selection below and I'll post these issues to you without delay. Order a set for you--and a set to share with a friend. We need lesbian words and ideas now more than ever to resist Trump and this era of US politics.

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"Empowerment comes from ideas."

Gloria Anzaldúa

“And the metaphorical lenses we choose are crucial, having the power to magnify, create better focus, and correct our vision.”
― Charlene Carruthers

"Your silence will not protect you."

Audre Lorde

“It’s revolutionary to connect with love”
— Tourmaline

"Gender is the poetry each of us makes out of the language we are taught."

― Leslie Feinberg

“The problem with the use of language of Revolution without praxis is that it promises to change everything while keeping everything the same. “
— Leila Raven