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Poetry, collaboration, and feminism . . . Les Femmes Folles interviews Trish Hopkinson

lffinterviewMany, many thanks to Les Femmes Folles for all they are doing for women writers, artists, musicians, and performers. I so enjoyed the interview process with their curator Sally Deskins. Keep an eye on this organization–they are accomplishing great things!

The interview includes two of my poems, “Waiting Around” and “Eurydice’s Cardinal.”

Click here to read the interview.

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Are you an artist/writer/musician/performer of any style, genre or level, that identifies as female? Would you like to be featured on Les Femmes Folles? Click here for details on how to submit.

Forthcoming from Les Femmes Folles Books, Bared collects art and poetry on bras and breasts by women writers and women artists. Poets and artists bare their best breasts clad in bras, bare-chested, or both to boast their barbaric yawps in poems, in paint, in pictures, and art.

Les Femmes Folles (LFF) is an organization around the online journal supporting women in art founded and curated by Sally Deskins. Since April 2011 the LFF Blog has featured over 700 women in theatre, music, visual art, writing, performance art and feminist activism fro around the world in various levels of their careers. LFF has also curated and hosted seven visual exhibits, over a dozen panels, readings and performances; and has published four anthologies of poetry, visual art and interview excerpts which are available at blurb.com.

 

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