September: Labor Day
Work it, Girl!
All through September, the Sirens will be singing songs of labor, whether it be childbirth labor, laboring toward artistic goals, or laboring to be the best selves we can be. Rilke wrote “Everything is gestation and then bringing forth.” We’re ready to bring it forth for you in stories, essays, poems, and pictures.
So sit back and take a break. We’ll do all the work.
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