June Jordan

June Jordan (1936-2002)

Born and raised in New York, June Jordan was a prolific poet, playwright, and essayist. Also a contemporary of queer poets like Adrienne Rich and Audre Lorde, Jordan’s poetry helped push for a more inclusive queer and feminist culture.

Writing from her intersectional identity, Jordan’s work, often politically charged, demands space for her identity as a black, openly bisexual woman.

 

Meta-Rhetoric

Case in Point

A Short Note to My Very Critical and Well-Beloved Friends and Comrades

From Sea to Shining Sea

On Bisexuality and Cultural Pluralism

 

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