Posts Tagged: YYC Queer Writers

IT HAPPENS LIKE THIS by Dana Stan

It all started with the spark of a lighter—a cigarette being lit and the smoke twirling lazily into the night. I breathed it in for the first time in almost a year. It rushed down my body and left me

IT HAPPENS LIKE THIS by Dana Stan

It all started with the spark of a lighter—a cigarette being lit and the smoke twirling lazily into the night. I breathed it in for the first time in almost a year. It rushed down my body and left me

KARMA, in PRONOUNS by Marzena Czarnecka

The insides of my thighs are punctured with little round bruises, each the size of a puckered mouth. “Who are those from,” they ask, touching them tenderly then pressing hard, to hurt, in jealousy, anger. “They’re from practicing the Crow,”

KARMA, in PRONOUNS by Marzena Czarnecka

The insides of my thighs are punctured with little round bruises, each the size of a puckered mouth. “Who are those from,” they ask, touching them tenderly then pressing hard, to hurt, in jealousy, anger. “They’re from practicing the Crow,”

MOUNTAINS & MOMENTS by T

I. I am at a barbeque. Sticky in the evening, legs glowing sunshine against white short shorts and baking in the sputter of backyard campfire. I am the show piece tonight. I’ve been introduced to Geophysicist’s friends, all of whom

MOUNTAINS & MOMENTS by T

I. I am at a barbeque. Sticky in the evening, legs glowing sunshine against white short shorts and baking in the sputter of backyard campfire. I am the show piece tonight. I’ve been introduced to Geophysicist’s friends, all of whom