Radical Revisioning: A Q&A with Author and Pagan Priestess Lasara Firefox Allen

Jailbreaking the Goddess addresses the many women who don't feel represented in the more well-known, threefold maiden/mother/crone model. 

A Bold New Memoir on Dogsledding, Adventure, and Life on the Ice

"Welcome to the Goddamn Ice Cube" is author Blair Braverman's stunning reflection on working as a dogsledding tour guide.  Read more »

A New Documentary Explores the Billion-Dollar Romance Novel Industry

"Love Between the Covers" highlights a community that's often unfairly maligned.  Read more »

In New Comic "Kim & Kim," Queer Best Friends Bond As Intergalactic Bounty Hunters

The new series is a bit like Tank Girl meets Cowboy Bebop, with a dash of Broad City.  Read more »

Four Questions for Sherman Alexie About His New Picture Book

The celebrated author's first picture book is all about a loving search for identity.  Read more »

Your "Orange Is the New Black" Reading List

Five books about gender, prison, and the justice system. Read more »

New Book "Action" Is a Candid Reflection on Sexuality

The honest book mixes memoir with sex-ed. Read more »

"All the Single Ladies" Shows that Being Single Is Nothing to Freak Out About

It may not be that unmarried women are deviating from the norm, but rather that our politicians and media haven’t recognized that single life might be the new normal for many women.  Read more »

Comedian Negin Farsad Talks About "How to Make White People Laugh"

Iranian-American comedian Negin Farsad is equal parts subversive and hilarious.  Read more »

Artist Lisa Hanawalt Talks Hot Dogs, Bojack Horseman, and Why It Helps to Give Anxiety a Name

Welcome to the land of talking dogs and poop jokes. Oh and also sincere, vulnerable feelings. Read more »

Popaganda: Who Writes Our History?

History isn't static—it's the stories we tell ourselves about the past.  Read more »

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Kelly Link Discusses the Feminist Fairy Tales of Angela Carter

The new cover for The Bloody Chamber and Kelly Link, who wrote the introduction for the latest edition. A reluctant vampire queen... Read more »

Hot Under the Bonnet: The cooptation of Amish culture in mass-market fiction

Dubbed “Amish romance novels,” “Amish fiction,” or the more waggish “bonnet rippers,” these novels just one entry point into the varying images of Amish communities in U.S. popular culture. Read more »

Black Girls Hunger for Heroes, Too: A Black Feminist Conversation on Fantasy Fiction for Teens

What happens when two great black women fiction writers get together to talk about race in young adult literature? That's exactly what happens in... Read more »

Mock & Awe: Janet Mock on truth-telling, community building, and writing the story she had been waiting for her whole life.

Mainstream media does a pretty horrendous job of telling the stories of trans people, often focusing on the details of their transition and...

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