Mindy Adams is working toward an MFA in Creative Writing at Texas State University. She has been a teacher of English and Spanish language and literature and a freelance writer since 2004. She lives on a homestead in the Texas Hill Country, outside of San Marcos, with her husband and two daughters. She and the family are dedicated to revolutionary agriculture, old books, and the craft of poetry.
Content by Mindy Adams
A Hundred Cheerios Rise like Balloons: Carrie Fountain on the Writing of Motherhood
BY Mindy Adams
I think that we have to go forward and say, “I’m not going to wait for patriarchal structures to catch up to women poets.” We just have to go forward, and if they are not going to read us in the way that we deserve to be read, then it’s not worth our time in arguing.