Calling all Nasty Women Artists.
“Trump Syllabus 2.0,” assembled by historians N. D. B. Connolly and Keisha N. Blain.
Bitch shares 10 concrete actions we can all take right now.
Eileen G’Sell on the “pop culture progress myth.”
“Community is the answer.” – Angela Davis shares post-election wisdom at the University of Chicago.
Remezcla’s reading list for understanding “how we got to this point, and how we can organize for the future.” Continue reading
Poems for coping, curated by Janice Lee.
“I grab myself by the pussy and I ask myself for more.”
“We will still create, write, perform, sing, dance, and anything else we can, because that’s what we do.”
“Keep your calls for unity, white people.”
Oh shit! The what should I do before January guide.
“Empire Wasted metabolizes the twentieth century into the fashionable neons of a numbing regime.” New Yorkers, come help launch Becca Klaver’s new book this Saturday, and listen to poems we need now more than ever.
Hope in the Dark “makes a radical case for hope as a commitment to act in a world whose future remains uncertain and unknowable.”
New Women Space in Brooklyn is partnering with Got a Girl Crush to bring the New Women Print & Zine Fest tomorrow—it’s free, and features a bunch of great women and GNC-led publications, along with post-election group grief counseling.
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New podcasts we’re obsessed with include Get It Right and Black Joy Mixtape.
The art of losing is hard to master.
If women wrote men the way men write women.
Thank your lucky stars for the internet: it’s a list of fully funded MFA programs.
The 2016 Belladonna* auction is now open. Continue reading
Michelle Tea’s new novel Black Wave is “a Gen-X queer girl’s version of the bohemian counter-canon.”
On the radical raunch of Ali Wong’s comedy.
Six debut novels by trans women to add to your reading list immediately.
Tori Amos talks about sexual assault and her songwriting for the new documentary Audrie & Daisy.
Lizzy Acker on rape culture in Portland’s music scene.
MUTHA on raising a feminist on fairy tales.
Full Frontal with Samantha Bee‘s Ashley Nicole Black writes about leaving academia to pursue comedy.
#1000BlackGirlBooks founder Marley Dias launches the new Elle new zine, Marley. Continue reading
Dawn Lundy Martin, Terrance Hayes, and Yona Harvey launched a center for Black poetics.
Sibling Rivalry Press will be hosting the new Undocupoets Fellowship.
The Brooklyn Museum just announced A Year of Yes: Reimagining Feminism. Continue reading
“No powerful Black narrative should come at the expense of the violation of a woman’s body.” – Michael Arceneaux on why he won’t support Nate Parker’s Birth of a Nation.
Read an interview with Courtney Bryan, a classical music composer whose recent songs address Black Lives Matter.
Madison Young writes about how she became a feminist pornographer.
The Affrilachian Poets rejects Kentucky’s Governor’s Award in the Arts.
Breaking news: Olympic athletes get their periods. Continue reading
The many ways sexism is showing up in the Olympics.
Survivors of campus sexual assault are demanding that their schools #JustSaySorry.
Bitch looks back at radical cheerleading as a creative form of feminist protest.
“We could drop names all day, and something would still be missing: Where are all the Latinas?” –ReMezcla brings us four rad Latina garage punk bands influenced by 60s girl groups, for your listening pleasure. Continue reading