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The Book Is Finished, Now On to Publicizing It by Carol P. Christ

Goddess and God in the World: Conversations in Embodied Theology by Carol P. Christ and Judith Plaskow, forthcoming from Fortress Press in 2016.

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Blog Post 2: The Past and Future of Feminist Publishing

One of the main issues with publishing in the past was always regarding the question, “Who owns the machines?” In our class session Q&A with Alex Juhasz and Carole Stabile, we learned that the internet has officially broken this publishing boundary. 466 more words

Blog 2

............................... Feminist Writing ..............................

Next week I will be giving a position paper on feminism, writing and academic publishing as part of a panel on Feminist Publishing which includes some of the most exciting voices in current academic and artistic publishing, including Carol Stabile, Joe Deville, Andrea Francke, Eva Weinmayr, and Pauline van Mourik Broekman. 743 more words

Lectures And Conferences

Dorks Like Us: Doing a Zine

Hi there! I recently made a zine. It’s called ‘Dorks Like Us’, and it’s something I made to try and deal with the crippling loneliness and isolation of being a feminist in a small town. 45 more words

Feminist Publishing in Ireland

On Saturday I attended the second States of Independence event at De Montfort University in Leicester. This is an independent publishing event, with readings and talks as well as stalls from a selection of magazines and publishers. 173 more words


Feminism Friday: A Little CALYX History

The Fall CALYX Glitterati is celebrating Frida Kahlo’s art and Dia de los muertos (October 21st, Corvallis Arts Center), and as I was looking through old files searching for extra copies of the artist Frida Kahlo’s color plates that we published in the… 242 more words

CALYX Interns

Feminism Friday: Reflections on Interning at a Feminist Press

It is hard to narrow down my experience with CALYX in just one short paragraph, so I’ve been trying to think of a few key elements that made my internship memorable. 318 more words

CALYX Interns