location bar things i heart

  1. The Coalition of Women Scholars in the History of Rhetoric and Composition promotes collaboration and communication among feminist scholars.

  2. The CCCC Queer Caucus is a special interest group of the Conference on College Composition and Communication that focuses on LGBTQ scholarship and interests.

  3. The Department of Writing, Rhetoric, & American Cultures at Michigan State University is a haven for people doing queer, community-based, and cultural rhetorics work.

  4. The Residential College in Arts & Humanities is a living-learning community at Michigan State University that provides undergraduates the opportunity to focus on the core values of world history, art and culture, ethics, and engaged learning.

  5. I am one half of Violet and Fortuna, an acrobatic and lyric storytelling collaboration with visual artist Erin Garber-Pearson.

  6. The Firecracker Foundation honors the bravery of children who have survived sexual trauma with a community invested in the healing of their whole being.

  7. The Gender Project is a series of short documentaries on the lived experiences of gender made by Casey Miles.

  8. Fourth Genre: Explorations in Nonfiction publishes notable, innovative work in nonfiction, including personal essays, memoir, literary journalism, and criticism.

  9. The Clothesline Project is an installation of t-shirts displayed across the world to raise awareness about violence against women and help survivors heal.

  10. The zine Doris has been written by Cindy Crabb for 18 years and counting. I love her persistent hope, her comics, and the accessible way she does theory. Doris #13 and #27 are two of my favorites. You can get Doris directly from Cindy at Riot Grrr distro: dorisdorisdoris.com.