By Michael Mark. On mornings before Garrison Keillor was fired for sexual harassment allegations.
By Alejandro Escudé. With so much of masculinity toxic, how else can we know man?
By Katherine Lo. A villanelle on the spate of sexual harassment reports and subsequent firings.
By Yvonne Daley. As the year unwinds, resistance ripens.
By Matthew Murrey. A painting by Leonardo da Vinci’s sold for $450.3 M, shocking the art world.
By Kurt Cole Eidsvig. A poet’s review of a completely hand-painted film about Vincent van Gogh, called “Loving Vincent”.
By Noreen Ellis. This poem about sexism at the rail yard may break your heart.
By Amy Shaw. A poet stands at the busy intersection of new tech and old gender beliefs.
By Alejandro Escudé. On Harvey Weinstein, who used his status as a film producer to commit violence against women.
By Chloe Yelena Miller. “I’m 24. I’m not a student, but I am treated like one. That is to say, badly.”