A few years ago, some drawings by Vince Larue appeared in Les Nuits blanches d’Édimbourg, the second collection of my fiction published in French. One of them was for my story “Get Out As Early As You Can.” The version of it above will be part of May’s exhibition, Mom!, at R. Pela Contemporary Art in Phoenix.
If you like Vince Larue’s art and my writing, check out the graphic novel we did together, Dark Heat.

A few years ago, some drawings by Vince Larue appeared in Les Nuits blanches d’Édimbourg, the second collection of my fiction published in French. One of them was for my story “Get Out As Early As You Can.” The version of it above will be part of May’s exhibition, Mom!, at R. Pela Contemporary Art in Phoenix.

If you like Vince Larue’s art and my writing, check out the graphic novel we did together, Dark Heat.

criminalwisdom:

MY HARASSERS»

Hannah Price’s series, City of Brother Love, features portraits of men in Philadelphia captured just moments after they harassed her on the street.

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It’s interesting that this photoset was given the title My Harassers, even though the photographer, Hannah Price, apparently disagrees with it. Isn’t this just another example of a woman being denied the right to define her own experience?

criminalwisdom:

MY HARASSERS»

Hannah Price’s series, City of Brother Love, features portraits of men in Philadelphia captured just moments after they harassed her on the street.

(Source: Metafilter)

It’s interesting that this photoset was given the title My Harassers, even though the photographer, Hannah Price, apparently disagrees with it. Isn’t this just another example of a woman being denied the right to define her own experience?