Autographed Judy Grahn books

When you support our crowdfunded launch campaign at the $50 level, we’ll mail you one of Judy Grahn’s books signed by her in gratitude to you for your support!

We have copies of the following books and can meet your request if you let us know your preference. Otherwise we’ll send you what we most think you may enjoy based on our knowledge of Grahn’s work and your own interests.

Mundane’s World (An ecotopian and metaformic novel)
A Simple Revolution: The Making of an Activist Poet (Grahn’s memoir)
Hanging on our Own Bones (Lamentations in nine part poems)
The Queen of Swords (A play with poetic myth)
The Judy Grahn Reader >>> Read more here!
Love Belongs To Those Who Do The Feeling >>> Read more here!

“Marginality itself becomes a ribbon of road” – The Judy Grahn Reader

“Marginality itself becomes a ribbon of road” – The Judy Grahn Reader

Rather than seeing a static, two-dimensional world of center vs. margin . . . we should perceive the world more complexly. In what she calls a “many-centered multiverse,” margin and center are in motion; both center and margin shift and trade places. She writes, “exiles from one place are first class citizens of another, margins of one ‘globe’ are centers of another, ‘marginality’ itself becomes a ribbon of road, a continual and vital interaction shaping and reshaping whatever lies within borders, and ‘difference’ is so essentially common (and Self-centered) that it is duplication that is the oddity.”

love belongs to those who do the feeling

love belongs to those who do the feeling

“Judy’s poetry is rangy and provocative. It has been written at the heart of so many of the important social movements of the last forty years that the proper word is foundational—Judy Grahn’s poetry is foundational to the spirit of movement. People consistently report that Judy’s poetry is also uplifting—an unexpected side effect of work that is aimed at the mind as well as the heart. Judy continues to insist that love goes beyond romance, to community, and that community goes beyond the everyday world, to the connective worlds of earth and spirit.”

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