How cool is this? I’ve been invited to talk about feminist blogging at the March 28, 2013 Feminism & Co. event at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver.
I’ll be joined by Ru Johnson of Westword, Heather Janssen of Get Born, Ellie Kevorkian of Violet Against Women, and Camille Bright-Smith of BlogInSong on March 28 at 6:30 p.m. at the MCA Denver, 1485 Delgany Street. More details about the 4-week series of events are here.
I’d love to see some of you locals there and meet you face-to-face! (Any suggestions about what you all think I should talk about?) And, hey–MEN DRINK FREE–so how bad could it be? (Maybe it’s time to appear as my roller derby identity, Kitty Kitty Bang Bang!)
The other women on the panel are so interesting–they’re artists, writers, and musicians. I’ll be interested in hearing about how their blogs have functioned as an alternative space in which to create and document their work. I wonder if there will be any parallels between creative artist and academic blogs as spaces for engaging feminism and performing as feminist artists or professionals? I wonder how they’re different? It looks to me like the other bloggers who have children also blog either primarily or frequently about motherhood–that will likely be something I’ll want to talk about as well.
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