Claire, who wants push up against the “persistent patriarchal world we live in,” is a particularly astute reader of Boobs. Like me, she wants “to hear marginalized voices, specifically those who identify as women.” She writes: “I want to hear my voice echoed back to me to know I’m not alone, to know we’re no longer silenced.” Sound like a writer who would ask really engaging questions about Boobs and women’s voices? Yeah. I’m really pleased with the interview: you can read it here!
And while you’re on the Loose Lips Magazine website, stay awhile and read some other stuff. It’s a really cool Vancouver-based female-focused publication covering all things woman in the Pacific Northwest. Read about everything from rape culture (boo!) to brunch culture (yay!).
And just a reminder that I’m really hoping to see you at Book Warehouse Main Street this Wednesday at 7pm! I’ll be reading with Francine Cunningham and Miranda Pearson, who have fantastic writing in the anthology. RSVP on Facebook and come on to talk about Boobs.