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Liza Wolff-Francis “On A Day Without Patriarchy”

On A Day Without Patriarchy ~Liza Wolff-Francis I am no longer an imposter, A raw-boned boomerang woman who stirs the darkness like a dare My monument breasts are a part of me again, their slouched hiding spot a thing of … Continue reading

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Liza Wolff-Francis “Women Live Creativity”

Anyone can be creative and everyone has a creative side, for at a base level, humans are creative beings. Women especially live that creativity.  We color in the stencil outline of the world. We’ve had to, for survival. In a … Continue reading

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Liza Wolff-Francis

  Liza Wolff-Francis is a writer and social worker living in Austin, Texas. She holds an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from Goddard College and her work has appeared in various publications, including Border Senses, Pitkin Review, Earthships Anthology, Adobe Walls, … Continue reading

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