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Race, gender and class – Joanne Ramos’ The Farm

The Farm is an insightful and beautifully crafted novel that explores surrogacy, the intersection of wealth and privilege and the intimate lives of migrant women in America. It is eerily insightful into a not-so-distant future where the exploitation of women’s bodies will become even more normalised. Feminartsy Editor-in-Chief, Zoya Patel, will be speaking to Joanne…

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Editor’s letter

Dear readers, It’s great to be back! As many of you know, I founded Feminartsy in 2014 with the goal to create a safe and welcoming space for long form, thoughtful fiction and non-fiction with a feminist lens. Since then, we have published hundreds of pieces from writers across Australia and internationally. A founding principle…

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Read Like a Feminist Book Club – Growing Up African In Australia

Growing Up African In Australia. Edited by Maxine Beneba Clarke. Black Inc Books, 2019. Pp 288. A$29.99 In the lead up to our June Read Like a Feminist Book Club, we’ve put together a bit of a resource pack, to help you explore Growing Up African In Australia edited by Maxine Beneba Clarke ahead of the discussion. If you haven’t…

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