“When the numbers change, so does the woman.”
Poems published in journals today have double work to do. Because the gatekeepers are changing and the landscape is changing and the idea that social status and pedigree holding space for mediocrity is no longer accepted. So yeah, good luck on reading that incredibly tight and creatively dead piece of art—we’ll see whose soul it saves.
Chicago food blogger Emily Belden’s debut novel “Hot Mess” is a camera-ready beach read for the couch.
The selfie… a way for disempowered people to control their self-image, an anarchic antidote to structures of sexuality and money and power.
“Daphne” is a startling debut novel.
What boundaries will parents cross to secure their child’s life?
Olson’s most remarkable accomplishment, among many in this extraordinary book, is that she allows the reader to feel the thrill in creation.
Literary readings, discussions and celebrations to kick off 2018.
“There are any number of times during the interminable two hours and seventeen minutes of running time when I felt like my soul would shrivel up and die.”
The history of black feminism in the United States and the relevance of the Combahee River Collective’s mission