Monday is a limited-edition journal focused on critical art writing in the Pacific Northwest. Published twice a year by the Jacob Lawrence Gallery at the University of Washington School of Art + Art History + Design, it is a platform to support emerging and established critical voices and to help spur new ideas.
Each volume of Monday is thematically driven, highlighting artists’ writings alongside other diverse perspectives on a particular topic. This volume is entitled 21st Century Black Feminisms, and it was guest edited by C. Davida Ingram. There are 250 bound copies.
Table of Contents
- C. Davida Ingram, There is Prophecy in the Bark of a Dog: Sketches of Black Feminist Poetics
- Kimberly Crutcher, Musing of Black Bear
- Alexis Pauline Gumbs, black feminist metaphysics (aka breathing)
- Bryce Henson, Marielle Presente: The Directionality of Black Feminist Praxis in the African Diaspora
- Neesha Powell-Twagirumukiza, Why Black Art is Inherently Political
- Christopher Paul Jordan, Poems
- Britta Johnson and dk pan, C. Davida Ingram, Britta Johnson, and dk pan discuss When I Rub the Dead Skin of the Thing against Me I Find I am Soft, Brown and Human
- C. Davida Ingram, Postscript
Volume 2 of Monday is available at the Jacob Lawrence Gallery. It may also be found at Mount Analogue, The Elliott Bay Book Company, and through Open Editions. The cost is $15 for students and $20 for all others. Proceeds support the next issue of the journal.