Intersections Featured Artist Margo Stutts Toombs

Synkroniciti is proud to feature the artists of our newest online issue, “Intersections,” available for download here:

Please welcome back writer, poet, performance artist and filmmaker Margo Stutts Toombs. We published her flash fiction piece “Paper” back in our “Flow” issue and later nominated it for Best of the Net. She’s back in “Intersections” with a delightful mini-memoir piece, “Love Letters to My Goddesses.” Margo takes us back over the decades with her female role models and alter-egos: Dale Arden, Susie Wong, a trio of Greek goddesses, Betty Boop and Wonder Woman. It’s magical to see a woman’s energy deepen like fine wine–we find deeper places within ourselves and our confidence grows. This is why the establishment is so afraid of the individuated woman–she’s a superhero.

Read Margo’s evolutionary journey in our newest issue, “Intersections.”

A self-proclaimed internal humorist, Margo Stutts Toombs creates and dwells in wacky worlds. She loves to perform her work at Fringe festivals, art galleries or anywhere food and beverages are served. Her poetry and flash pieces dance in journals, anthologies, calendars and chapbooks. Margo also loves to create videos. Sometimes, these videos screen at film festivals. One of Margo’s favorite pastimes is co-hosting the monthly poetry/flash readings at the Archway Gallery in Houston, Texas. For 2022-23, she is the program chair for Women in the Visual and Literary Arts, Houston.


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