Get Lost in Our New Maps & Legends Issue

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Get ready for Maps & Legends! The new issue of Bitch is on its way to subscribers and B-Hive members, and right now you can read some select articles online!

You've already read our interview with living legend Janet Mock and tracked the developing pop-culture landscape of New Zealand. Now you can dig deeper into the new issue with three more articles. In "Black to the Future," Alley Pezanoski-Browne traces how female pop musicians today are carrying on the legacy of past legends of Afrofuturism with a feminist twist. In "What Happened to Home Economics?" Christen McCurdy traces the evolution of home economics—from its 19th-century origins, its proto-feminist plans, to its current manifestations (or lack thereof). Finally, in "Hot Under the Bonnet,"Audrey deCoursey examines mass market "Amish romance" and what they say about its large base of "English" (and Evangelical) women readers.

That's just a sampling of what's inside the new issue. If you've got fear of missing out, subscribe before February 28th, you'll get 20 percent off and we'll include a FREE limited-edition Maps & Legends cover print with your order!

by Kjerstin Johnson
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Kjerstin Johnson is a writer and editor in Portland, Oregon. She is the former editor in chief of Bitch. She tweets at @kajerstin

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