Birth Control Poetryby Fringe Magazine • 06.25.2012
In this week’s moving piece about what it was like to go public about her abortion, Carolyn Jones talks about the importance of first person stories in the political debate around reproductive rights.
With that in mind, Fringe is launching a new blog project. Send us a short something expressing your viewpoint and/or experiences with contraception — a limerick, haiku, six-word novel, or micro-fiction of 50 words or less.
Email submissions to FringeTheMagazine@gmail.com. We’ll post the best — with attribution — on the blog.