Chica Press is looking for erotica in the form of short
stories and poems to be published on our Web site, some of which will
be chosen for publication in Chica Press’s Best Lesbian Erotica 2012. Send in your stories!!
2011 National LGBT People of Color Health Summit is Living at the Intersections: Abstract applications now available! Applications will be accepted until July 13, 2011. Notification of selected abstracts will be given no later than August 17, 2011. You can apply on-line @ www. unitythroughdiversity.com
It is with great excitement that we welcome Asha Carter, our first Development Intern, to the QWOC+ Boston family! She’ll be the lead coordinator of our Youth Development Weekend in May, and helping us get ready for QWOC WEEK!
The founder of QWOC+ Boston (Spectra, www.spectraspeaks.com) is interested in interviewing LGBT POC leaders in the US and Human Rights Activists around the world as part of a new project to share leadership stories and best practices. The project launches in February, and in solidarity with Black History Month, will feature interviews from Black LGBT Leaders across the country and the globe.
Call for LGBTQI artists who identify as people of color — writers, spoken word, drag kings and queens, burlesque dancers, poets, musicians, visual and media artists — to submit their profiles, bios, and experience for performance consideration at our Pan-African History Celebration, an event in solidarity with Black History month happening on Feb 26th.
Call for writers, bloggers, poets, visual artists who identify as part of the global queer women (including transgender people) of color community
All jobs posted on this site are via referral (i.e. we know someone who works there and they’ve assured us of their QWOC-friendliness). Check out the postings below (Full time Program Associate or Part time Program Intern) and see if it vibes with you or someone you know!
f there’s anything I regret this summer, it’s the fact that I did not get the chance to give all of you a hug good-bye last night after we celebrated the commencement of my internship with cake, photos, and, of course, Japanese food. However, I think it’s the most appropriate departure I could have given – a cliffhanger, as opposed to a definite end.