Stance on Dance IN PRINT!

In addition to our online content, Stance on Dance publishes a twice-a-year print publication featuring several dance writers in each issue and covering myriad perspectives.

The Spring/Summer 2024 print issue features Emmaly Wiederholt’s interview with Margaret Grenier, director of Indigenous dance company Dancers of Damelahamid; Bonnie Eissner’s profile of Afro Latin jazz dancer and choreographer Sekou McMiller; Erica Wilson’s poetry exploring position, weight, and sound; Bradford Chin’s cogent argument why higher education needs to make dance training more accessible; Rebecca Zeh’s mixed media visual art showcasing the exultancy of dancing outdoors; Lauren V. Coons compelling case for making academic arts programs truly interdisciplinary in scope; Jill Randall’s interview with Joti Singh of Duniya Dance and Drum Company, which amplifies voices from the South Asian and African diasporas; Dr. Stephanie Potreck’s severe words for company directors who still elevate and subjugate dancers based on weight; and Emmaly Wiederholt’s interview with Helen Mason, artistic director of Propel Dance, a new all-wheelchair dance company.

An illustration of a dancer outside with a huge red piece of fabric.

Illustration by Rebecca Zeh

If you donate $25 or more to support dance journalism, you will recieve two issues of Stance on Dance’s print publication. Stance on Dance is a 501c3 and your donation is tax-deductable.

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Stance on Dance sends free copies of our twice-a-year print publication to college dance programs and other dance learning spaces. To date, we have partnered with dance faculty at Antioch University New England, Arizona State University, A:shiwi College, Austin Community College, Bennington College, California State University East Bay, California State University Long Beach, Colorado State University, Cuyahoga Community College, Davidson College, Florida International University, Keene State College, Kent State University, Loyola University Chicago, Old Dominion University, Ohio State University, Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre, Shawl-Anderson Dance Center, Skidmore College, Sonoma State University, Texas Christian University, Texas State University, Texas Tech University, University of Akron, University of Arizona, University of California Irvine, University of California San Diego, University of Florida, University of Illinois Chicago, University of Illinois – Urbana-Champaign, University of Kansas, University of Maryland, University of Nevada, Reno, University of New Mexico, University of Richmond, University of San Francisco, University of Silicon Andhra, University of South Florida, University of Southern Mississippi, University of Utah, University of Washington, and Utah Valley University. If you work in a dance department or other dance learning spaces and would like to learn more about this program, email