Start Spreading the News: Lisa Levenstein & Laurie Stone
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Join us for a spirited conversation on the Feminist Movement in America.
They Didn't See Us Coming: The Hidden History of Feminism in the Nineties
by Lisa Levenstein
Everything is Personal, Notes on Now is a collage of hybrid narratives that begin with the stunning events of November 2016—a time that challenges Stone to feel good when everything is bad. Freely jumping between social commentary, criticism, memoir, and fiction, the pieces are constructed like dreams and films: juxtaposing images, racing along with dolly shots, moving in for close-ups, and pulling back for a sweeping sense of time. Throughout are chunks from her Facebook posts that read like tender and funny postcards written to everyone from a time that is unimaginable, even as it’s being lived.
Laurie Stone writes fiction, hybrid literature, and criticism. A longtime writer for The Village Voice, she is the author of four books, most recently My Life as an Animal, Stories. Her work has appeared in n+1, Evergreen Review, and Fence among other publications.
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