Queef is compiling odes to the bra! Whether you’re burning it, can’t find one that fits right without pinching your armpit hair, love those little pink bows, or just love flap’n in the breeze – send us work dedicated to those fabulous cups that we all want to drink from!

Bra submissions should follow the standard submission guidelines, so check those out. Otherwise, make sure to include BRA in your email subject.


It Isn’t Funny, Babies Come From There

Watch the full episode, “Eat, Pray, and Queef,” at

Anthology of the Awkward Seeking Submissions

Hello again, Little Doggy,

As Editor-In-Queef, I thought I would pass on this info for a book I will be co-editing this summer. It sounds right up any Queefer’s . . . ally.

The Anthology of the Awkward is currently seeking flash fiction, prose poems, and short essay submissions for Volume One: The Virgins.  We are looking for unpublished pieces under 1000 words that portray mortifying, awkward, humorous, ordinary, embarrassing, painful, mundane, stressful, tiresome, pathetic, humiliating, and unremarkable experiences involved with losing your virginity.  We want these to be concise, raw and short-lived, just like your first time.  Skip the foreplay.  Get to the point.

Please send submissions, double-spaced in Times New Roman 12 point font to:

Be sure to include your contact information.

Deadline: AUGUST 15, 2009.

cover art by gage rendso

cover art by gage rendso

The Premier Issue is finally here!

Queef your heart out, little doggie!

Click here to access the PDF file for the full issue (hosted on savefile)

Premier Issue features fiction/prose by mel kozakiewicz, woo wood, and ian radtke,

poetry by travis macdonald, nick demske, gage rendso, and diane klammer,

visual stimulation by woo wood, mel kozakiewicz, and gage rendso!

(it will probably make you pee your pants)

Queef to Debut at . . .

Straylight’s Festival of the Arts

UW-Parkside’s Cinema

Thursday, May 7


(Independent Movie Screenings, Poetry/Fiction Readings,

Queef and Dorgasm Debut!)

After Party at Blueberries!

Racine’s 6th ST

Free Admission!

Come and Support the Arts of Southeastern Wisconsin!

Rabbits and Butterflies

41dsvjblk2l_sl500_aa240_It is no surprise after reading Arielle Greenberg’s “Given” that this is the book that put her on the map. She incorporates surrealist imagery, feminist idolatry, and a rejection of narrative voice that makes this book one that demands to be re-read and re-read again and again, (though re-reading might not give you any better of an idea of the “meaning” of most of the poems, if this is what you are looking for. If you are looking for a poet who spells it out for you, gives you some interestingly crafted lines that are clear and leave you with a sense of closure – pick up Chelsea Rathburn. If you are looking for a collection of poetry where you can close your eyes, plug your nose, and jump head first into a twisted rabbit hole of free verse without expecting to ever emerge – pick up “Given.”

Still accepting poetry, fiction, art, reviews, and more!

You’ve still got time . . . don’t be shy!

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  • "feminism is for everyone" bell hooks
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  • "Look, if you want to torture me, spank me, lick me, do it. But if this poetry shit continues, shoot me now, please." Tank Girl
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  • "Fuck yr heroes, I'm saving myself." — Daphne Gottlieb (Final Girl)
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  • "I myself have never been able to find out precisely what feminism is: I only know that people call me a feminist whenever I express sentiments that differentiate me from a doormat." Rebecca West
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  • “The learning process is something you can incite, literally incite, like a riot.” Audre Lorde
  • "I'm sorry, it's just, it's kinda funny how much it bothers you." Sharon Marsh, Southpark.