Stay at LIMINAL: A Feminist & Womanist Writing Space among workshops, readings, music nights and more! Walk to the Laurel District, a kitschy strip full of food options and shops. 5 min drive to Mills College. Great place to network and write!
Guests are expected to clean up after themselves, be respectful of the space and the people in it. Generally, quiet time at night begins at 11PM and goes until 8 AM. No loud music or television. Guests with permission only, unless during a LIMINAL event that is open to the public. All doors and windows are to be closed and locked before leaving.
I am a pretty easy-going but opinionated New Yorker turned California enough to stay here. I value community, truth, and genuine connections. I also value boundaries and compassion, consent and alone time to balance out the social nature of organizing, teaching, reading and promoting. I like to host. It makes me feel good to be able to make people feel comfortable in a space I've created. I am also very into respect of spaces and appreciation for those who welcome you in and listen to you. I am a writer, an aerialist and a feminist. I am into being outdoors when its nice out and petting small furry things to get through harder times. I tend to be willing to listen and relate and offer assistance when I can and it is wanted. I am also happy to let you be if that is what you want. You should be able to stay in the space in the way you like, within the framework of feminism\womanism and respect. I believe in supporting and empowering people. I sort of live by the notions of having people around you that you can be your uncensored self around, doing things that scare you and if people are haters or users, say fuck 'em to yourself and keep moving. There isn't time to make everyone understand and if you keep doing what you do and doing it well, that is the most effective education for a lot of folks that aren't yet ready to hear what you have to say. One day they may come around and that's a success story. One day they may continue to fuck off, and that's alright with me too.