Processes of Becoming: Joy Ladin Speaks in South Beach

I have no hesitancy in bragging on my publisher, Headmistress Press, especially because of all their really incredible associated poets. I first became really acquainted with Headmistress when I wrote a review of Lesléa Newman’s I Carry My Mother in 2016. I have a soft spot for queer narratives about family, and that book really… Read More Processes of Becoming: Joy Ladin Speaks in South Beach

Feminism, libraries, and poetry: a Ms. Magazine conversation

Farrell Greenwald Brenner and I have a new conversation up on the Ms. Magazine blog about feminism, poetry, libraries, and much more. How do we recognize ourselves through reading? Can a library be a war zone, a place of physical danger, a site of contestation? Read more about what happens when two Gender & Women’s… Read More Feminism, libraries, and poetry: a Ms. Magazine conversation