This week we gave ableism a hard stare in the ism with an insightful essay from poet and physician Shane Neilson, served up five books for more intersectionally feminist reading, and made Books and Bingo a thing.
~ Poet and physician Shane Neilson opens our eyes to our ableist tendencies with
an essay about alcohol and ableism:"...ableism remains difficult to detect for otherwise sensitive and progressive readers."
Around the Web
~ These literature-inspired
Women's March signs might be the best thing on the internet this week.
Electric Literature had some fun with the The Google Arts Selfie app, pairing famous writers to their fine art doppelgangers.
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