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Megan Volpert

Review: Jorie Graham’s “Fast” tethers humanity in a world of machines

Jorie Graham has always been invested in humanity’s conflict with the natural. From her first work in 1980, Hybrids of Plants and Ghosts, up through her Pulitzer Prize in 1996 for Dream of the Unified Field, through the new century in Overlord and Sea Change, Graham has consistently kept score of the goings on in the push and pull of humanity’s work on planet Earth....

A conversation with cartoonist and author Eleanor Davis

Eleanor Davis is an award-winning cartoonist who lives in Athens, Georgia. Her fourth book is You & a Bike & a Road (Koyoma Press), a journal of her recent attempt to bicycle across most of the South, from Arizona back to her home. ArtsATL talked to Davis about lessons of the trip, how they’re conveyed through ink drawings, and what to read while traveling across the country....

Review: “How to Win at Feminism” leaves us at a loss

I am trapped in a love-hate relationship with Reductress, the online publication founded in 2013 with the slogan “Women’s News. Feminized.” Somebody once forwarded me an article from the site that was pretty funny, and after clicking around to determine the whole site was similarly on point, I began subscribing to their emails....