In doing so, we hope to have contributed to what we consider to be one of the most important conversations of our day. POPULAR FEMINISM
The Monthly Digest: February 2018
As we enter the second month of 2018, the #metoo movement continues to shine a spotlight on sexual abuse and misconduct and to inspire both public and private discussions about women’s rights, feminism, and the intersection of gender, class, and race. Butler, and Ann Quin. We have also run a piece on “The Neoliberal Feminist Subject,” as well as essays on fiction by strong, individual feminist voices like Kate Braverman, Jenny Diski, Octavia E. — LARB Editorial
Narcissist or Voyeur: On Ann Quin’s “The Unmapped Country”
Josie Mitchell – January 18, 2018
Josie Mitchell surveys “The Unmapped Country: Stories and Fragments” by Ann Quin…. In January, LARB launched a bi-monthly column on “Popular Feminism” by Sarah Banet-Weiser, professor and director of the Annenberg School for Communication at USC.