Worms #5 – The Flaneuse


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Worms is a bi-annual literary style magazine that celebrates female and non-binary writer culture.


  • Saidiya Hartman
  • Camille Roy
  • Dodie Bellamy
  • Lynne Tillman
  • Estelle Hoy
  • Rhea Dillon
  • Savannah Knoop
  • Lauren Fournier
  • Madelyne Beckles
  • Joanna Walsh
  • Anne Turyn
  • Cristina Morales
  • Calla Henkel
  • Jenny Zhang

In this issue, we explore New Narrative alongside writers working today that incorporate some of it’s themes. Our cover star Saidiya Hartman talks with Rhea Dillon about the limits and processes of creating stories from the archive, while Camille Roy and Dodie Bellamy give us insight into New Narrative from their experiences involved in the movement. Savannah Knoop tells us about their life playing the character of J.T Leroy, while Calla Henkel delves into ideas of using other people’s narratives as our own. There’s lots of gleaning, lots of stealing and lots of hard truths coming from the human body. We have poetry and fiction and all of the usual bits, as well as an experimental cut up piece demonstrating the appropriation method that Kathy Ack

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