Towards a queer Black womanist liberation poetics

I know it’s a mouthful, but it’s basically about creating ways of understanding and evaluating theatre works that center queerness, Blackness, and womanhood instead of the same ol’ straight White dude schtick.

Here is where I lay out what I’m doing.

Then I ask, “Why should you give a shit what queer Black women have to say?

And after that, why a queer Black womanist liberation poetics matters to straight White dudes.

Check ’em out. But even if you comment here, please leave comments over there too.