Looking beyond gender inequity in literary media makes for a disturbing view.
Literary reviewers, quake in your boots: It’s VIDA Count day once again. The 2014 VIDA Count, as always, features a breakdown
We as advocates for female writers and editors should make an effort to celebrate the publications that employ large numbers of women. Community newspapers and journals do just that. Yet those publications tend to pay less than national ones pay.
Does the VIDA count work? It's hard to say, at this early stage. But this year's small movements may be first rumblings of larger tectonic shifts.
A couple of giants in the original VIDA Count have begun to move. While we can’t call it a trend or cause for partying just
Why do some folks get in such an uproar when women simply ask for a fair shake, equal footing? Why does anyone think women writers are exempt from institutional sexism?
VIDA, which began in 2009, defines its mission as "to explore critical and cultural perceptions of writing by women through
The results showed that with the exception of Granta and books reviewers in the Boston Review, each publication printed work