It’s a song about death. If you’ve ever lost someone, or even if you haven’t, you may be able to relate.

Produced by Ganzobean, shot by Adam J. Dunn.

Wednesday night! More info here.

Some background on Wednesday’s show, plus some great links to examples of how people all over have been fighting back against street harassment and rape culture

Friday at 7:30: free, all-ages poetry show featuring me and Tish Jones at the U of MN’s Whole Music Club in Coffman Union.

Here’s a song we made about the political weaponization of sex-negativity, and the importance of comprehensive sexual education.

Reminder to self.


Guante - “Quicksand” (Saint Paul Poetry Slam)

BRAND NEW POEM captured by buttonpoetry

This is called Quicksand, and though it was inspired by #ferguson, it’s also more broadly about how we respond to injustice, especially when we are not directly affected by that injustice.

via CTULWhat an incredible day – 29 fast food workers on strike in the Twin Cities; over 250 workers and community allies poured into the streets in two actions, including U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison; thousands of fast food workers in over 150 cities around the country; and much, much more. The world heard powerful stories from low-wage workers who are leading an inspiring movement for justice!

A million years in the future/
alien archaeologists are digging up the Mall of America

When I’m dead, find the richest man in Minneapolis/
and poison his dinner with my ashes.