#FemkuMag is an e-zine that publishes haikai poetry written by womxn and non-binary folx.

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what is femku?

fem·ku

femˌko͞o

noun

a feminist haiku, or a haiku written by a womxn

In September 2017 I coined the term femku in the subtitle of my first book Radical Women: A Book of Femku (out of print). Since then, the term has really stuck with me and I wanted to create a safe space for womxn and non-binary folx to share their work. 

I've always been a feminist. As a twenty-something year old womxn who has suffered from various forms of abuse, womxn's empowerment, equality for all voices, and the fight to acquire basic human rights are extremely important to me.

who is Lori A Minor?

Lori A Minor is a body positive mental health advocate and human rights activist from Raleigh, North Carolina. Her work has been featured in several journals, such as Frogpond and Modern Haiku.

 

She has won awards including two shortlisted haiku for the Touchstone Award (2017, 2019). Lori is honored to be the finalist for the Sable Books Haiku Contest for Women (2020) for her forthcoming Book Uprooted, and to have given a presentation on social awareness in haiku at the 2019 Haiku North America Conference.

To learn more about Lori and her work, visit her website at www,loriaminor.wixsite.com/poet

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