“As for my research process: undiscriminating and ravenous. I read everything I could get my hands on related to squatting in general and the history of squatting on the Lower East Side in particular.”
by Nicole Wolverton
The title of Luna’s novel is an homage to The Revolution of Everyday Life, a book on consumerism’s impact on modern life by Raoul Vaneigem. This impact . . . plays out in the lives of the homesteaders . . . particularly as gentrification threatens them.
by Vicraj Gill
Both “writing and mothering” and the question of privilege come up in a great conversation between Lauren Francis-Sharma . . . and Bernice McFadden about their lives as published writers of color.