Delilah Friedler

Freelance Writer

Location icon United States

Delilah Friedler is a non-binary poet & journalist who currently lives in the woods.

They cover indigenous issues and allyship for places like Teen Vogue, n+1, and Splinter.

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n+1
03/13/2017
The Gentrification of Standing Rock

As yurts were built left and right and kale arrived by the truckload, I began to see that Standing Rock was gentrifying. White people had arrived in a space that was not our own and tried to improve it according to our standards.

Stanford Arts Review
03/23/2015
In Defense of Fraternity

Masculinity has such a bad rap these days that even us frat bros have taken to performing it with a touch of irony. ('15, Comparative Literature) grew up in White Suburbia, CA and is still trying to get out. His interests include haiku poetry, long conversations, and the re-mystification of our postmodern wasteland.

Stanford Arts Review
09/20/2014
The Wind of Freedom Blows: An Open Letter to the Freshmen

('15, Comparative Literature) grew up in White Suburbia, CA and is still trying to get out. His interests include haiku poetry, long conversations, and the re-mystification of our postmodern wasteland. It's the palm trees. It's the one-hundred and sixty-six Canary Island palm trees lining Palm Drive. It's the Quad, sandstone shimmering in sun.

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