Marrow Woods (they/them) is a queer and disabled writer and organizer based on the traditional homelands of the Mvskoke and Hitchiti peoples, now known as Macon, GA. Woods is a 3rd-year English and Religion, Philosophy, and Social Change BA student at Wesleyan College. Their work and practice centers communal dreaming (especially for queer, trans, and disabled futures), community care, and critical narrative shift frameworks born from tales crafted from viscera and bone. Their work explores the intersections of imagination, community, sustainability, and design to create writing, ecosystems, and projects rooted in care and futurity.
Recently, they’ve been exploring concepts of queer mycology as a form of communal dreaming, cannibalism and its design as a form of queer resistance
, Black queer archives, sustained community care, and The School of Embodied Praxis.