Sinister Wisdom Event Includes Reading by Wanderground Instigator

About this event
On January 17, 2023, the contributors of Sinister Wisdom 127 will gather to engage in conversation about the theme of and read from Sinister Wisdom 127: On Transfer. In this volume, Susannah Magers posits that a component essential to a successful transfer is trust. The poems, art, stories, and conversations in Sinister Wisdom 127: On Transfer invite readers to entrust in the tides of transformation, to believe in the power of ourselves, our loved ones, and the power of change as buoys to a radically connected, liberated world.  Join us to ponder the ways our identities and views shift and morph over time, transferring into us new understandings of ourselves, our communities, and the worlds around us.

Mev Miller, Instigator/Lesbrarian of Wanderground, will be reading from her article “Cherishing/Guarding Lesbiana: A Movement of Words on a Page” and providing updates on Wanderground.

Go HERE to register.

COMING SOON – We will be developing a series of Pop-Up events in the Spring of 2023. We will take some items from our collection to display in various locations around New England. Watch for a piece of Wanderground coming your way soon!

Archive of Past Events

March 8, 2022
A Peek into the Herstory of Lesbian Activities in Rhode Island through Archival Materials

March 27, 2022

Readings by Local Rhode Island Lesbian Authors

Wanderground Research Project 2021-2022 – A Summary of the Findings

February 4Blog posting in News
Announcement – Press Release & Emails w/ Schedule …
and Research Participation, a summary of who participated in the research
February 11Blog posting in News
I Found My People
What were our first encounters with Lesbian publications and how they made us feel.
February 18Blog posting in News
Creating Communities & Activisms
Beyond publications, where else did we find other Lesbians? Where did we go to find ourselves and each other?  How was Lesbian/feminist organizing impacted by Lesbian artistic expression?
February 25Blog posting in News
Sisters Doing It for Ourselves
What did we create here in Rhode Island? Introducing RI authors, musicians, and some others….
March 4Blog posting in News
Who Needs Archives (and why the Name “Wanderground”)?
Are Lesbians in Rhode Island enthusiastic about an archive in RI? What can we learn from other Lesbian archives around the country?
March 11Blog posting in News
Do I Count?? How to Collect Your Life in Memorabilia
Information for how to save your own “stuff” – and why!
March 18Blog posting in News
Collaborations & Information Sharing
There are other LGBTQ collections in RI! How we can work together and complement each other?
March 25Blog posting in News
Wanderground – Bigger Visions for Space & Collections
March 31Blog posting in News
What’s Next???
Moving Wanderground into the future…
logo RI Council for the humanities

March 2022 events are made possible through mini-grant funding support from the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities, an independent state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities. The Council seeds, supports, and strengthens public history, cultural heritage, civic education, and community engagement by and for all Rhode Islanders.

Book title: Lesbians Speak Out

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