Selected poetry, ranging from relationships to the first US-Iraq war.
Elana gives an overview of the book:
If you were my home
I would be your garden
If I was your garden I would want you
to cultivate me to plant water weed harvest
and like I promised I would feed you
You can always eat what straggles up or
what’s gone to seed but nothing will be
as sweet as the taste of the womon
you tended purposefully
Elana Dykewomon has been a cultural worker and social justice activist since the 1970s.
Riverfinger Women, her first novel, published in 1974 by the pioneer feminist press, Daughters, Inc., is #87 on The Publishing Triangle’s list of the 100 best lesbian and...