Lady Parts Zine — now available at Pioneers Press!

My zine, LADY PARTS, is now available at Pioneers Press. You can buy your copies here!

Lady Parts is a zine by Dani Burlison and includes a mix of personal essays about abortion, hysterectomy and radical self-care, interviews about identity from a trans perspective and from a woman of color’s perspective, an in-depth article about estrogen, feminist reading and media lists and several DIY/herbal recipes for women’s health.

Featured contributors include: Nayomi Munaweera, Juliet Blankespoor, Ariel Erskine, Lorelle Saxena and Lily Mazzarella.

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Pre-order “Lady Parts”

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“Lady Parts” is a new zine (Publication date: March 2016) featuring a collection of personal essays, interviews, reading lists, historical perspectives and more about radical self-care, abortion, birth control, childbirth, sexuality, feminist spirituality, herbalism, hysterectomies, and other information / resources written and compiled by yours truly. Artwork by my daughters and a few select female artists

If you are pro-choice and pro-woman you might just enjoy this zine. For details and ordering info go here.

Sweet Adeline’s Book of the Month Club: March 2014

Meet, greet and discussion about Dendrophilia and Other Social Taboos at Sweet Adeline Bakeshop, 3350 Adeline Street, Berkeley, California; Sunday March 30, 2-3pm.

Sweet Adeline Bakeshop is proud to announce its Featured Book of the Month Club! Each month we will feature work published by a local author, culminating with a meet the author event and book discussion on the last Sunday of the month 2-3 pm. We are committed to featuring work by a diverse body of writers and will include a wide array of genres. (For more information or if you are interested in submitting your work for consideration, please contact ebabzfest@gmail.com.)

The pick for March is Dendrophilia and Other Social Taboos: True Stories 

Books will be available at Sweet Adeline on March 13 and can also be purchased here.

Or for your Kindle at Amazon

About the book:

Dani Burlison’s collection of essays, named after her McSweeney’s Internet Tendency column of the same name, is an exploration of the wacky, shameful, ridiculous and heartbreaking topics that the rest of us don’t want to talk about. Part anthropological research on new age practices, part memoir with humorous and often brutally honest self-reflection,Dendrophilia covers the most absurd taboos that you never thought you actually really want to talk about.