LITTORAL LISTENING #4: SEX ECOLOGIES
Read our brief blog post about this event here!
Friday 18 March 2022 3 – 4:30 pm PST
Nature is sexy! Join us in March to listen for ecological pleasures, desire lines, and other queer exuberances in the fraught and messy contexts of late capitalist settler colonialism.
All are welcome to join. We will plan to be together for 1.5 hours, though you are welcome to come or go to meet your needs.
READINGS (TO READ OUT LOUD AND LISTEN TO TOGETHER):
Christie-Peters, Q. (2018, March 26). Kwe becomes the moon, touches herself so she can feel full again. Guts, 9. http://gutsmagazine.ca/kwe-becomes-the-moon/
Anzaldúa, G. (2007). Interface (for Frances Doughtry). In Borderlands/la frontera (4th ed., pp. 170–174). aunt lute books.
ADDITIONAL TEXTS (OPTIONAL):
Upadhyay, A. L. N. (Host) (2017, December 6). Dr. Kim TallBear on Moving Beyond Settler Sexualities (No. 4). In Feral Visions. Liberation Spring.
Simpson, L. B. (2013). Caged. In Islands of Decolonial Love: Stories & Songs (pp. 97–103). ARP Books.