For centuries, women have been using their words to educate and inspire — from Coretta Scott King’s tales from the frontlines
In Katharine Smyth’s new memoir, Virginia Woolf provides a comfort and a structure for unconventional mourning.
More than 60 signed a letter calling on Trump to follow the example a former attorney general set 41 years ago, when he told a KKK leader to “kiss my ass.”
“Let’s do prank calls.” I was feeling rather bored at a seventh grade sleepover birthday party, and I realized I would have
Eva Green will play Woolf and Gemma Arterton will play Vita Sackville-West in the film adaptation of a torrid love affair between two brilliant women.
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? in Berkeley: A scorching revival of Albee's Domestic Demolition Derby
The narrative takes place in the pair's on-campus home, after a late-night party that has left them soused before the action
To come out and tell the pharmacist, "No worries, I'm trans," would have instantly changed her view of me in ways I had little to no way of knowing; and while my personal safety wasn't at stake in this exchange, my desire to be seen for who I am was.
The late Vanessa Bell was Virginia Woolf's sister, Roger Fry's muse, Clive Bell's wife, and a highly influential modernist painter.
The answer comes quickly with Crystal Pite's Solo Echo, which premiered on Nederlands Dans Theater but nevertheless looks
In the past, to be called "discriminating" was high praise. We rarely hear the adjective used that way (or used at all) anymore, but the noun and verb are everywhere.