Tag Archives: feminism

Author Interview: Noah Murphy

Noah Murphy may not have forgiven me for my review of his book Ethereal Girls, but that didn’t stop him from meeting me early Saturday for an interview to discuss writing, publishing, feminism, and why he’s giving up. Or not.   Me: Thanks for coming   Noah Murphy: no problem   Me: So I wanted […]

Righteous ecofeminist takedown

In my Women’s literature class, all of the books we read had ecofeminist themes. Obviously I got an A. I know. I can’t help it. Even though the class is over, it got me thinking about ecofeminism.  I read a few articles about it and the widest criticism I can find is that the narrative […]

How to be -positive

As a lot of people know, I’ve been blogging semi-regularly since 2005, but this is the first blog I’ve ever had about books and writing.  I used to blog about feminism, gender equality, breastfeeding and associated activism, women’s issues in parenting, queer issues, and sundry politics.  I gave up on it simply because after a […]