Giving Notice She asks, did you feel that, or was it Hugo under the bed? Hugo indeed had flattened himself against the floor under the bed, like he does in elevators. I said, I didn’t feel anything. Most significant tremblor in decades it turns out. Tonight there will be fireworks for atrocity children in cages… Continue reading Notice

Office Hours (for my students in feminist theory and rhetorical criticism)

Resistance to the regulation of women's bodies grows in the red chair. We prepare for world traveling where, like Maria Lugones said, we learn to love each other, to listen for the contexts of oppression, to avoid the arrogance of the therapist, to study the words --and other actions-- of women resisting the colonization of… Continue reading Office Hours (for my students in feminist theory and rhetorical criticism)