Posts Tagged: gender roles

The Demands of Domestic Labor: A Conversation with Megan K. Stack

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Megan K. Stack discusses her new memoir, WOMEN’S WORK.

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The Luxury of Choice: Talking with Joanne Ramos

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Joanne Ramos discusses her debut novel, THE FARM.

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The Thread: The Stories We’ve Been Told

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It’s just their story, and we don’t have to believe a word of it.

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What to Read When You Want to Rethink Motherhood

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Rumpus editors share a Mother’s Day reading list to challenge traditional views of motherhood!

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A Cleansing Tornado: Heart Like a Window, Mouth Like a Cliff by Sara Borjas

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Undergirding all the truth about pain is the triumph that comes from having a heart like a window and a mouth like a cliff.

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Nurture Rupture: On Motherhood, Writing, and Gender Inequality

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Do I have a public self that is separate from my private self? I’m not so certain about that.

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ENOUGH: A Drama Queer Navigates Trauma

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A Rumpus series of work by women and non-binary people that engages with rape culture, sexual assault, and domestic violence.

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Beyond the Elegant Veneer: Talking with Greer Macallister

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Greer Macallister discusses her new novel, WOMAN 99.

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The Thread: Down Girl

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Misogyny reminds us of our place: down girl.

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The Rumpus Mini-Interview Project #166: T Kira Madden

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“I want to always fight for art, not against it.”

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Divergences from History: A Conversation with K Chess

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K Chess discusses her debut novel, FAMOUS MEN WHO NEVER LIVED.

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Redefining Manhood: A Conversation with James Hornor

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James Hornor discusses his new novel, VICTORIA FALLS.

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Toil and Trouble

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Feet dangle in the foreground, suspended in space by distance and gravity.

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Alive and Kicking: Talking with Dana Czapnik

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Dana Czapnik discusses her debut novel, THE FALCONER.

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Violence and Tenderness: The Explosive Expert’s Wife by Shara Lessley

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Lessley’s poems remind us: “Because to cry’s / a sign, to cry is proof, / there’s life.”

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