I’m in the throes of perimenopause, and I’ve gotten up at 1am to write this after being awoken by night sweats. I’m also a transmasculine person and a feminist, and a staff member at McGill University, though I’m writing this piece in a personal not professional capacity. I wasn’t at last week’s protest at New Chancellor Day Hall, but I wish I could have been. I’m putting all of this up front so that you can stop reading now if you’re not in the mood to hear from someone who is “hysterical.”
Authors and publishers will be rotating throughout the Winter 2023 semester doing events & office hours as well as creating work.
Send us your uncanny, fun, experimental, creepy, sarcastic, playful, sexual, weird, sweet, and evocative poetry, fiction, and CNF by September 15, 2022.
It’s been six months since Metonymy published its first children’s book, and the enthusiasm readers young and old show for Dear Black Girls isn’t waning.