All Lit Up, anthology, Boobs, Boobs: Women Explore What it Means to Have Breasts, breasts, Caitlin Press, Christina Myers, Devin Casey, editor, Emily Davidson, gender, gender identity, International Women's Day, Jules’ Tools for Social Change, Julia Horel, Lynn Easton, social change, The Friend with Boobs, women's stories, work as editor, writing about the body, Zuri Scrivens
Happy International Women’s Day! I’m delighted that a feature about Boobs: Women Explore What it Means to Have Breasts—due to be published later this month by Caitlin Press—is up on the All Lit Up website today as the newest edition of Jules’ Tools for Social Change. Julia Horel interviews me about how the Boobs project came into existence, the curation process, and my own non-fiction piece, “The Friend with Boobs.”
She also interviews several of the fine authors who contributed their work to the anthology—so you get a peek of some of the shining intelligence, empathy, and downright awesomeness of the writers that make this book what it is. You will find wonderful discussions about breasts and gender identity and the importance of storytelling by contributors Devin Casey, Emily Davidson, Lynn Easton, Christina Myers, and Zuri Scrivens.
I am so proud to be a part of this important book. Please have a read and share widely!