In an interview with Ms., Sen. Elizabeth Warren talks her new children’s book, the importance of connecting with youth and the future of feminism.
An interview with Sara Sinclair about her new edited volume, How We Go Home: Voices From Indigenous North America.
Karla talked to Zerlina Maxwell about her debut book, The End of White Politics: How to Heal Our Liberal Divide.
Karla J. Strand’s review of How Poetry Can Change Your Heart for Resources for Gender and Women’s Studies: A Feminist Review.
Karla talked to beloved writer Laurie Halse Anderson about her new book, writing graphic novels and Wonder Woman.
With her new book, sociologist Deborah J. Cohan explores the complexities of caring for an aging parent with a history of abusive behavior.
A Review of Stephanie Allen’s Tonic and Balm Tonic and Balm is a book about medicine shows. The thing about medicine shows is that they...
Karla spoke to author Melanie S. Hatter about writing race, listening to her characters and how she handles criticism.
Karla J. Strand writes about her rediscovery of poetry she loves in this 2019 personal essay for Ms. Magazine.
Arushi Raina’s WHEN MORNING COMES occurs during South Africa’s oppressive apartheid regime where four students plan to fight back – but at what cost?