Storyological 2.03 - THE MEASURE OF ALL THINGS, OR HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING AND GET BEHIND THE FEMINIST LOCOMOTIVE
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1. “When It Changed” by Joanna Russ. Again, Dangerous Visions. 1972. (pdf)
2. “Fairy Tale” by Alexandra Kleeman. Paris Review. Winter 2010.
along with, among other things...
- Phenom. Reviews of her debut novel, You Too Can Have a Body Like MIne in Vice. FT. Vogue called it ‘Fight Club for girls’, so there’s that.
- Her short story collection, Intimations.
- Kleeman on “Fairy Tale” in an interview with The Paris Review. Here in The New Orleans Review on her debut novel.
- How to Write a Heroine, with Patricia Park (video on the YouTube)
Feminism, in various contexts
- Feminism makes waves
- Timeline of the Women’s Liberation Movement, UK.
- That Only a Feminist: Reflections on Women, Feminism and Science Fiction, 1818-1960 by L. Timmel Duchamp
Locomotives and Social Movements
- Cowcatchers, those sharp pointy things at the front of locomotives
- Social Movement Stages: Emergence, Coalescence, Bureaucratization, and Decline (more detail in pdf)
- History of Lesbian, and Bisexual Social Movements
When It Changed
- Is This the End of the West, March 2016.
- Does Trump Herald the End of the West, February 2017.
- The closing of the liberal mind.
On Fiction and Dreams
- Chasing the White Rabbit by Francine Prose
- Kelly Link, in a radio interview, on the ‘Not Quite Dreamy Logic’ of her short story collectionGet in Trouble
- Buddhists, Existentialists and Situationists: Waking up in Waking Life by Doug Mann
- Roger Ebert’s review of Waking Life
- That one episode, FOR A MINUTE THERE, in which we discussed the stories of Kelly Link.