Room Magazine

Room is a space where women can speak, connect, and showcase their creativity. Each quarter we publish
original, thought-provoking works that reflect women's strength, sensuality, vulnerability, and wit.
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Opening Small Moments up: An Interview with poet Sandra Ridley. Read more here. 

Opening Small Moments up: An Interview with poet Sandra Ridley. Read more here

Our latest issue features a conversation with poet Sandra Ridley, new short fiction by Jessica Westhead, and our 2013 contest winners! Buy your copy now

Our latest issue features a conversation with poet Sandra Ridley, new short fiction by Jessica Westhead, and our 2013 contest winners! Buy your copy now

We spoke to fiction judge Saleema Nawaz about short stories and advice for submitting to contests. Check it out! http://buff.ly/1s4kuIm

We spoke to fiction judge Saleema Nawaz about short stories and advice for submitting to contests. Check it out! http://buff.ly/1s4kuIm

Roomie Jennifer Zilm reviews Marita Dachsel’s Glossolalia.

Roomie Jennifer Zilm reviews Marita Dachsel’s Glossolalia.

Roomie Lorrie Miller reviews Mary Novik’s second novel, Muse.

Roomie Lorrie Miller reviews Mary Novik’s second novel, Muse.

Roomie Candace Fertile reviews Carole Chambers’ fifth book of poetry, She Draws the Rain. Read more here. 

Roomie Candace Fertile reviews Carole Chambers’ fifth book of poetry, She Draws the Rain. Read more here

We talked to contest judge Sarah de Leeuw about CNF, and her tips for Room’s upcoming contest! Read more. 

We talked to contest judge Sarah de Leeuw about CNF, and her tips for Room’s upcoming contest! Read more

We talked to model Stacey McKenzie about fashion, feminism and more in issue 37.1: Fashion, Trend and Personal Style. Check it out here

We talked to model Stacey McKenzie about fashion, feminism and more in issue 37.1: Fashion, Trend and Personal Style. Check it out here

The problem with gender roles is that they prescribe what we ‘should’ be instead of identify what we are.
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (via ferveurfemme)

(via thefeministpress)

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"Harassing Women Does Not Prove Your Masculinity"

Pasting the first piece in Baltimore today, 4-25-14. I met these women 4 days ago at the group discussion - now they’re up on a wall. Will be doing a lot more pasting tomorrow! 

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