Thunderous Feminism: The Legacy of the Northern Woman Journal

On printing day of the famed Thunder Bay feminist publication, one woman would type on an electric typewriter while volunteers spread the issue’s pages on the counters and stools of what was formerly a Finnish restaurant — still smelling of the fryer oil.

Call for Submissions: Little Guts

Hey there Little Ghosts… Have you ever wanted to write a gooey, a slimy, and absolutely batshit short story!? We’re […]

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