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Lisa L. Moore on the Sister Arts of Adrienne Rich & Audre Lorde February 11, 2013: [caption id="attachment_60973" align="alignright" width="500"] Audre Lorde, Meridel Lesueur & Adrienne Rich[/caption] Assessments and reassessments of Adrienne Rich seem to be a la mode of recent. On that note, poet and scholar Lisa L. Moore has written a brilliant, exciting essay for the LA Review of Books about the relationship between [...] by

All the ladies in the place with style and grace April 19, 2011: Amber Tamblyn, thank you for the thoughtful (and fun to read — Tina Fey! fart jokes! pizza!) response to my questions about mission-driven presses. To answer super-briefly your points that “emphasis on a specific gender has always felt, to me, like some sort of weird reversed institutionalized sexism,” and your question “If we are [...] by

Hey ladies in the place, I’m callin’ out to ya. April 13, 2011: Whenever I get to teach Reading & Writing Poetry, in addition to the eponymous reading and writing, I like to talk about publishing, and how a manuscript of poems makes its way into the world in finished book form. One of the many types of press we discuss are the mission-driven ones, including such feminist publishers as Dancing Girl and [...] by

O at Open Books April 4, 2011: By day and night, Christine Deavel is the co-owner of OPEN BOOKS, Seattle’s poetry-only bookstore. She likes her clothes to help sell books. Case in point: She hopes her sweatshop-free, organic Hemp, blue cardigan ($25) and taupe-yellow Value Village camisole ($2) layered on top of a GAP poetic-black tee ($11) are the perfect complement to [...] by