It’s time to read the Hugo nominees! Here are my thoughts on the short stories. Spoiler: it’s a great field this year!
Why Don’t Women Write to the Editor? Because They’re Doing Absolutely Everything Else – The Atlantic
This short collection of women’s responses is a wonderful read. It also helps explain why I blog so little these days. Why? Who’s reading? And I’ve got other stuff to do! Letters: Why Don’t Women Write to the Editor? Because They’re Doing Absolutely Everything Else – The Atlantic — Read […]
I grew up in Fundamentalism with the phenomenon of men and women living under radically different holiness codes. One of the most notable, even to my young eyes, centered on the way men – especially married men – could not be in the room with a woman alone. For example, […]
Great read. And marvelous film. Go see the movie, then read this analysis. (The whole thing.) Much as silent film used to be able to reach across cultures and languages, Miller’s focus on action and emotion over dialogue and exposition allows us to experience the story in a direct, intimate way. […]
I appreciate articles which offer us a glimpse of the tension between personal faith and historic Christian tradition. I’ve rarely found anyone who attempts to hold both feminism and Christianity as complementary worldviews rather than as enemies. Yet Dianna Anderson is living that dream. So to speak. The Atlantic did a […]