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Three Ways I Was Beaten

Three Ways I Was Beaten by Ariella Yendler I. It’s a really weird story. I was beaten. Not like—well yes, like beaten. With a tire iron. I KNOW, RIGHT. I knew him, the guy who beat me. It wasn’t just … Continue reading

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Okay but Seriously, Stop Blaming the Victim

Okay but Seriously, Stop Blaming the Victim by Kirsten Clodfelter As a feminist, I admire Hanna Rosin. I enjoy the important work she’s done in co-founding DoubleX, and I regularly teach excerpts of her essay, “The End of Men,” to … Continue reading

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Help Them Free Their Words

Help Them Free Their Words: Tom Kerr discusses his work with Steve Champion and his death row memoir an interview by Jason Tucker An associate professor of writing at Ithaca College, Tom Kerr began working with Steve Champion while teaching … Continue reading

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