Systemic Patriarchy, Misogyny, & the Marginalization of the Immigrant a Poetry Reading & Signing
In the weeks and months that followed the Presidential election of 2016, poets Tina Carlson, Stella Reed, and Katherine DiBella Seluja felt the need for strong female voices that could speak in a universal way. They will discuss and sign We Are Meant to Carry Water ($25.00 3TaosPress).
In this collaborative collection of poems, three distinct voices emerged--that of the mythical Leda; the first woman of the Garden, Lilith; and an anonymous migrant girl. They began to communicate with each other, often in the forms of notes and letters in an attempt to understand their lives and to gain empowerment. In issues that transverse time, their voices now address systemic patriarchy, misogyny, and the marginalization of the immigrant.
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