Womxn's Identity Resource Center's Creative Programming
Labyrinth, was the 39 year old publication sponsored by Western Washington University’s Womxn’s Center. It’s changed a lot. This publication has broadened its definition and scope of audience and content and came to showcase a great array of lives and experiences over the half century it’s lived.
Starting from a group of dedicated women in the 1976, Labyrinth got its start as a journal exclusively for the female-identified. It was later open to more than the female-identified experience and became a place of varied perspectives of marginalized identities, intersections, and experiences.
As an office we came to understand the changing needs of marginalized genders on our campus. We made the hard deicsion of no longer produciing Labyrinth. Below you can find previous issues of the publication!
All editions of Labyrinth contain strong language, nudity, and graphic content. Content, subjects, and topics of issues vary by year.
This issue contains additional web-only content, which can be accessed here.
2015 Issue of Labyrinth Literary Journal, from the AS Women's Center at Western Washington University