And we're back!
Have you missed us? It’s been pretty quiet here on the CNW blog for the last couple months, but get ready: we’re about to light a fire.
We’re initiating a literary-feminist interview series, talking to brilliant women and girls in all facets of the word-cycle: writers, editors, booksellers, journalists, cartoonists, publishers, teachers, zine-makers, and more. It’s CNW’s firm belief that ‘women’s words matter,’ and here on our blog, we will celebrate and engage them.
In tomorrow’s interview debut, we talk with Deborah Siegel, author of the brand-new title, Sisterhood, Interrupted: From Radical Women to Grrls Gone Wild, as well as one of the founders of The Scholar and the Feminist, an online magazine.
Deborah discusses her new book, her reflections on feminisim’s trajectory and greatest challenges, how she fuses her identies as a writer and a feminist, and the place of online writing in today’s movement for gender equality.
Trust us, you won’t want to miss it.