Body Politics: Writing Reproductive Rights and Justice During the War on Women — BREVITY’s Nonfiction Blog

Gila Lyons reports from BinderCon: The third annual BinderCon took place October 28 – 30 when it seemed like Hilary Clinton’s win for the presidency would be imminent. The conference energy was high and celebratory as over 550 women and gender non-conforming writers gathered at NYU’s campus for a conference whose mission is to “empower […]

via Body Politics: Writing Reproductive Rights and Justice During the War on Women — BREVITY’s Nonfiction Blog

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