What I Published This Year: A 2019 Scrapbook

Happy (almost) New Year! I hope that whoever is reading this has been able to find some rest and relaxation this holiday season. It’s been quite a year in terms of politics, politically-charged vigilante violence, a continued refusal (by some) to turn around this thing called global warming, crises large and small around the world,… Read More What I Published This Year: A 2019 Scrapbook

What, Oh What to Read and Write in 2019

Okay, so we’re almost two months into 2019. What’s been going on in the world of this blog? 2019: What’s happening? Savoring new publications written by friends If you like fairy tales, philosophy, and the fantastic, Jonathan Duckworth’s chapbook Book of Never is well worth your time. Copies of other friends’ books are on their way: Chloe… Read More What, Oh What to Read and Write in 2019

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