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Rolodex Writing Challenge Returns: April 30/30

What a hectic, joyous, infuriating year it has been. We've missed you, and are excited to come together again to (hopefully) write 30 poems in the month of April. This year, we are celebrating some of the amazing trans poets whose work moves us. In light of the numerous transphobic bills and laws across the US right now, it feels especially urgent to listen to the lived experiences and wisdom of our trans kin. Poems and prompts will span themes and topics, inviting us to explore our full humanity as writers.

Check back here each day for your prompt. We won't be doing a community page or asking for any donations this year, as we are at limited capacity and want to keep this project sustainable for years to come!

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