Created by and for disabled people who experience gender-based oppression, Monstering is our space to celebrate our identities and reclaim our stories. Publishing the creative work of disabled women, non-binary, trans, gender non-conforming, agender, and gender-expansive people since 2016.
⛔️ MONSTERING IS ON A PUBLISHING HIATUS.
If you are waiting on a decision about a submission, please note that we will not be publishing anything new for the foreseeable future. We apologize for keeping you waiting and appreciate your support of our magazine for the past 6 years. The website will continue to remain online as an archive until we have the capacity to return. Any updates will be posted here on the website.
& maybe that's all a monster is: a body that's survived & has the scars to prove it.
She struts by in all her strength and glory, invincible, eternal, and when I stand to clap (because who wouldn’t), she bows and poses like she knew I needed the myth, —a woman, by a river, indestructible
monstrous is a warning, monstrous is an anomaly, monstrous is a split in the skin of reality. monstrous is the wound hope enters through.
FRANKENSTEIN’S MONSTER AND MICHELANGELO’S ANGEL: A CONVERSATION BETWEEN TWO TRANS FIGURES — Uma Dviwedi
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