Scotus overturned Roe V Wade yesterday and I tweeted up a storm because on Twitter I found the community I needed. It’s not easy to be told that you have less civil rights than a zygote. You say I am … Continue reading Yes, we have less rights than a fetus.
A poetic memoir by Joanell Serra. Continue reading June 2022 MoonBite: Making Amends
Oklahoma passes a law to ban abortion at fertilization and if you think contraception is safe, you should know that many popular birth control methods are considered abortifacients by these far-right extremists. Oklahoma’s law sets the stage for outlawing contraception. … Continue reading June #abortionstories
“while in the jar
a storm is gently breaking”
Poetry by Sujatha Menon Continue reading May 2022 MoonBite: Sharding
Poet, Stacey Manos, joined us for a live twitter interview on April 23, 2022. It was an engaging conversation that gave me some insights into Stacey’s poetry and process. Below us a transcript of our conversation! Enjoy! Continue reading Author Interview with Stacey Manos
We have several projects that are open for submissions. We are looking for poetry, short fiction, and essays. Fiction should feature complex female characters. Tangledlocksjournal.com/submit/ Continue reading Open for Submissions
In our fourth issue, we feature new work by Heather Bartos, Kate Bird, Lisa Delan, Rowan Gladish, Stacey Manos, and Jess Munday. Read the issue here. Continue reading Issue Four Has Launched.
We are passionate about increasing the visibility of writers. When your work is selected for publication, we take great care in preparing for our social media campaign. Our art team carefully reads through the work to find or create images … Continue reading New Services to Amplify Your Reach
“Hello?” “Am I speaking with Lauren?” “Yes.” “I’m sorry to have to tell you this, but you need to come back right now. We just got your blood-test results in. They were late. Our machines were backed … Continue reading Difficult
In my mid-20s, I terminated two pregnancies. That same year, I got pregnant twice, each time using different forms of birth control. At the time, I’d been living with a boyfriend since I was 18. He was a sweet, intelligent … Continue reading Abortion: My Story
1950 Her sisters knew what had happened. Her mother knew, bore the pain for the rest of her life of watching her daughter die senselessly. The nurses at the hospital who cared for her mutilated, infection-ridden body for nearly two … Continue reading Lullaby