July, 2012

Limited Edition Hand Silkscreened Posters of Gloria Anzaldúa available as new Kickstarter incentive, donated by Xicana artist Melanie Cervantes

July 18, 2012 •As our Kickstarter campaign to fund the 4th edition re-printing of Borderlands enters its final stretch, we are unveiling an exciting new donation incentive: four limited-edition screen prints featuring Gloria Anzaldúa’s image and text from Borderlands. The prints were created and donated to our campaign by Xicana activist-artist Melanie Cervantes of Dignidad Rebelde.

Borderlands 4th Edition Kickstarter campaign featured on BiblioBitch

July 13, 2012

This week we were honored to find that our Kickstarter campaign to help cover the cost of printing and distributing a special 25th anniversary edition of Gloria Anzaldúa’s Borderlands/La Frontera had been featured on Bitch Media as well as Donna M. Alexander’s blog, América’s Studies.

Got Bullied? Get Disneyland!: Aunt Lute author Jo Scott-Coe on education, bullying, and gender

July 11, 2012

In a recent column published on The Nervous Breakdown, Aunt Lute author and educator Jo Scott-Co writes about the media attention surrounding Karen Klein, a 68-year-old bus monitor who was cruelly taunted by 7th grade boys in New York, and how it ignores a deeper issue of gendered harassment and devaluation of work in pink-collar workspaces.

Audio from “Struggle, Then and Now” available online

July 5, 2012
Visit A Simple Revolution’s website to hear Judy Grahn read an excerpt from her forthcoming memoir, along with original readings from event participants Dulce Garcia, Lenn Keller, Joy Lam, and Animal Prufrock.

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