Come in and make yourself at home. If we havent met before, then
the first thing you should know about me is my name. I go by Minnie Bruceits a
double-first-name, just like Fannie Lou or Rita Maeso do call me by both.
While this appears on my website you'll know that my communication with you may be limited. My partner, Leslie Feinberg, continues to be very ill. So I may not be able to respond to every message, and/or in a timely way. For updated information on Leslie, visit: transgenderwarrior.org
If youd like me to visit your campus, conference, organization, or Pride Rally, you
can contact me about speaking at an upcoming event by clicking on speaking engagements.
I hope you enjoy all the connections to art, politics, love, and
life you find here. You can get my up-to-date-biography; add your
name to my mailing list; check my upcoming travel schedule; and order my books!
Browse through my books and get short
excerpts in English, Spanish/Español
and German/Deutsch, as well as thumbnail reviews. And don't forget
to check out current political struggles in La Lucha. And
please meet my
beloved, writer and transgender activist, Leslie Feinberg, and
my extended family.
If you sign up for my Twitter, you'll receive updates about my writing and political work.
I hope you'll follow me on facebook where I post poems under my "Notes" —and also on my Daily Drafts poetry blog and my home blogspot at Minnie Bruce Pratt where I post political comments.
Come back soon and visit often. I'll update this page regularly, so
let me know if there's something in particular you'd like to see here. And I look forward
to meeting you down the road--at a poetry reading, a Pride Rally, or the next street
demonstration for justice and liberation.
Inside the Money Machine
Trying to figure out how to survive capitalism? Click here for new, downloadable poetry full of hope you won't get on CNN!
Bail out the people--not the banks!
Troops Out Now Coalition says:
"Jobs not war! Bring the troops home now!"
More on the new anti-racist, anti-imperialist,
anti-war movement at
International Action Center
Join the May Day National Movement for Workers and
Immigrant Rights! Get organizing news
May Day 2010.
You can read a new essay by MBP in
"When I Say ‘Steal,’ Who Do You Think Of?"
Includes three videos.