Month: May 2011

E-mails from Scheherazad by Mohja Kahf

My last post about Pilar Albarracin’s art mentioned Scheherazad but did not discuss the concept behind the stories as feminist. What I find interesting about

Make Way for Women on the Speedway

Today, four women continued the race forward of promoting female excellence in multigendered sports.  In 1977, Janet Guthrie became the first woman to ever compete

Why I love A Softer World

Created by Emily Horne and Joey Comeau, A Softer World, is a comic strip of triptych-Polaroid-like photography series scored by label maker-like text.  The juxtaposition of

Using Your Words

Anyone ever tell you, you couldn’t say something because it was different or not quite understood?… then just find another way like George Takei!  To

Are we free to be child free?

Don’t you want to have children? All the book clubs in my area are busy with Amy Chua’s Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother, and

June 14th: A Date to Blow Your Mind

No plans for June 14th, yet?  Here’s a tip: Check out So to Speak’s inaugural Online Poetry Summer Issue on sotospeakjournal.org! Celebrate writers Todd Fredson, Jen Atkinson, Kateema

Reading Gertrude Stein

I sat down with all of Stein’s books and several anthologies in front of me. I can do this, I said out loud to myself

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