Atlanta Based Sissies With An Eye On Queer Art and Pop Culture
WUSSY is proud to present poetry by Dublin queer, Mark Ward.
Loudspeaker is a regular feature of Queer poetry and short fiction.
Is Pride really for everyone?
WUSSY is proud to present new work by Brooklyn poet, Anne Brink.
WUSSY is proud to present poetry by queer ATLienne, H.R. Hjerpe-Schroeder.
WUSSY is proud to present poetry by queer ATLien, Isabel Theodore.
WUSSY is proud to present poetry by ATL artist, Maddie Fay.
Finding Pleasure in Sex and my TGNC Body
WUSSY is proud to present work by queer Austin poet, M. A. ISTVAN JR, PhD.
WUSSY is proud to present poetry by North Carolina queer, reid drake.
Florida author, Tyquan Morton’s new book of poetry, Remembering Pluto, is available now.
WUSSY is proud to present poetry by Atlanta writer, Benjamin Stevenson.
WUSSY is proud to present poetry by ATLien, Adriane Quinlan.
WUSSY is proud to present five poems by Francis Ray.
The latest edition of Loudspeaker is a piece by Atlanta queer, Judas!
WUSSY is proud to present "Circle" by ATL writer, Benjamin Carr.
WUSSY is proud to present a poem by ATL artist, Esteban Mendez.
"the moon is a lesbian" and more by ATL artist, Maddie Fay!
WUSSY is accepting submissions from writers who wish to read their work at The Sex Issue" launch party in Asheville, NC on Thursday March 29!
WUSSY is proud to present two poems by NYC transfag, Cyree Jarelle Johnson.
An essay on gender, privilege, and identity by Jesse Rice-Evans.
WUSSY is proud to present a poem by North Carolina queer, Thomas Young.
WUSSY is proud to present two poems by Atlanta writer Liz Clayton Scofield.
This is not the time for navel-gazing poetry, but a time of words of power, a time for loud voices and full hearts.
WUSSY peers into the husk of flesh that was your heart to match you up with your true love in Daddy Astrology: Valentine’s Day Edition
How one queer's struggle with frozen pizza-flavored food reflects the greater American struggle in 2017.
New guest post from Milo Sloppibottomous, the alt-right’s “3rd most dangerous faggot,” and founder of Power Bottoms for Trump.
Many of us wrongly felt that the pizza roll was the perfect embodiment of the queer identity at this important juncture in history.
A holiday slice of life piece by Farrah Awry Irises.
Gato Beaumont is a native Texan poet and romantic who somehow ended up passionlessly studying engineering at Georgia Tech and falling in love with Atlanta.
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