For as long as I can remember I’ve found pleasure in paying close attention to color. It only intensified when I moved in 2011 to the North Woods of Wisconsin to get an MFA in poetry. When I visited, the locals told me there were only two catches: “winter, and you’ll never want to leave.” […]

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Wo Chan is a queer Fujianese poet and drag performer. Wo is the recipient of honors from Poets House, Kundiman, Asian American Writers Workshop, and Lambda Literary, and is published in The Margins, Cortland Review, No Tokens, and others. Wo is also a member of the Brooklyn based drag alliance Switch N’ Play, and has […]

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Whit McClure is a queer black femme florist, cook, gardener, community organizer, & artist currently based in Los Angeles. whithazenblog.wordpress.com What do you remember from childhood about coloring? I remember loving coloring so much! I was particularly drawn to the Crayola “Cerulean” blue hue. To me, it was the most perfect and magical shade of […]

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Tyler Driscoll is a freelance artist and trans man, who lives on the shore of Lake Superior. He enjoys painting and giving new life to old objects. What do you remember from childhood about coloring? My older sister and I had a small table with chairs in our bedroom. With a sunny view of the […]

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Temim Fruchter is moved by warm yellows, wet emerald greens and purples so deep you have to look twice. She writes stories and essays and makes art on the edge of a forest in Washington, D.C. and lives on the Internet at http://temimfruchter.wordpress.com   What do you remember from childhood about coloring? My mother is […]

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Maggie Gosselar is a tattoo artist at Colt’s Timeless Tattoos in Madison, Wisconsin. She earned her degree in art and museum studies, and even she is amazed she’s working in her field (when she isn’t pulling shots at her local coffee shop part time or taking the track to play roller derby with Madison’s home […]

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Jady Dyer is a queer, trans artist type making a living as bicycle mechanic in Washington DC. Jady spends their time finding ways to exist in the realms of color & creative collaboration,music‐making, geometric & gendery ponderances, and in building queer community.       What do you remember from childhood about coloring? I remember a […]

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Jackie Lang is a queer librarian and roller derby girl in Oakland, California. She loves NPR, binge watching Netflix, thrift shopping, vegan cooking, museum-ing (gotta use that art history degree somehow), and reading everything. What do you remember from childhood about coloring? As a child, I remember being really good at coloring but I was […]

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