In Letters to Tiptree, forty writers, editors, critics, and fans address questions of gender, of sexuality, of the impossibility and joy of knowing someone only through their fiction and biography. They reminisce about the impact of Tiptree’s work, about teaching her stories, and about what it means that a woman can write “like a man”.
Month: August 2015
Brainstorming session: Shakespeare 400
Here’s a little bit of Australian history trivia: the 300th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death coincided with the first celebration of ANZAC day. Sydney’s Shakespeare memorialists had spent four years planning major events, including booking the fanciest theatre in town for… Read More ›
Otter Day! And Open Thread
Please feel free to use this thread to natter about anything your heart desires. Is there anything great happening in your life? Anything you want to get off your chest? Reading a great book? Anything in the news that you’d like to discuss? Commiserations, felicitations, temptations, contemplations, speculations?
Media Circus: The Mysteries of Brewing edition
So this week most of the mass media is purporting to believe that it is possible to produce alchohol from brewers yeast extract.
What’s piqued your media interests lately?
The 87th Down Under Feminists Carnival is up!
See all the details on the latest carnival and how to submit to the next one.