A POSSIBLE PRACTICE: Etymologies

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Description

lineage the ancestries, to name as an attempt to know,
consumption / to consume / to be consumed by [                        ],
violence as or against creation, human as animal, body as home,
ripe queering, (un)learning, 
our delicious fluidity of being—

A POSSIBLE PRACTICE: Etymologies is our love letter to our 2019 cycle of practice: a deep creative collaboration with each other and our community with K-Ming Chang’s poem, “Etymology of butch,” as our guide.

Includes work by K-Ming Chang, Alana Dao, Chelsea Ellis, Katherine Ferrier, Jessica Townes George, Kelsey Halliday Johnson, Megan Jones, EA Kane, Lavennz Ooi, Maia Snow, Stephen Stratton, Kyla Wheeler, and meg willing. 

Soft Cover | Full Color | 64 Pages | 5.5″ x 8.5″

Printed by McNaughton & Gunn
A Womxn-Owned Business 

 

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