The hush of cold greets us in the opening circus of Hibernaculum. A family in winter navigates through the chatter of its children, young adults,
Month: March 2014
The Little Mermaid’s Predecessor That Most Feminists Don’t Know About. Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Little Mermaid” is a goldmine for contemporary feminist fairy tale re-writers.
Poet Kelly McGannon on the origins of her poem The Frog Prince: In my family, we tell stories to tell stories. It’s the way of
I discovered feminism in a very strange place: a Critical Methods literature class during sophomore year of college at George Washington University. Critical Methods was
It’s now been almost 72 hours since Seattle’s own Sherman Alexie closed the annual national celebration of all things writerly known as AWP. But writers everywhere, and
For those of you in Seattle for the AWP conference, don’t forget the So to Speak reading today, Saturday, March 1, from 3 PM to 5