Féminin | Pandora et al.

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Introducing Féminin, a new series for showcasing and celebrating women from Greek or Roman mythology and historical figures such as Cleopatra. To kick it off, we shall start at the very beginning with Pandora, the first mortal woman created by the gods. The origins of womankind have been immortalised through…

NO FEE Submission call for Luna Luna special issues, DEADLINES: July 11 & Aug. 15, 2016

Trish Hopkinson Luna Luna is an online magazine “divided into two very generalized sections: dark and light. It is not a perfect binary; much of what we explore falls in between. For us, the light is where we talk art and opinion, growth and creativity. The dark may be those things we tend to keep quiet… Read More NO FEE Submission call for Luna Luna special issues, DEADLINES: July 11 & Aug. 15, 2016

Medea|Féminin

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Jason and Medea, John William Waterhouse, 1907 Of all those things capable of life and thought, we women are most miserable of living things. “She’s every woman.” One of my classmates said as we discussed the controversial character of Medea. We were preparing for a study activity for younger…