Wetlands Magazine is the University of Puget Sound’s literary and arts publication on gender, identity, sexuality, politics, and intersectionality.
Educational in scope and purpose, Wetlands Magazine intends to be an inclusive, open-minded, positive, and safe space for respectful conversations about issues of gender and sexuality as they relate to race, class, ability, personal experience, and personal identity. We aim to create a comprehensive reflection of unique experiences and thoughts in our community, while encouraging further dialogue and discourse on how these issues are manifested. Wetlands is a student-run arts and literary publication, supported by the University of Puget Sound's Gender & Queer Studies Program, ASUPS, and the many wonderful members of our campus community.
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