- Terry Tempest Williams: A conservation author’s sacred rage
- Washington Post Dismisses 500-Page Civil War Nonfiction Book As Girly
- Ebola Isn’t a Medical Problem, It’s a People Problem
- Why I’m using blind auditions to recruit journalists for VentureBeat
- Of Gamers, Gates, and Disco Demolition: The Roots of Reactionary Rage Is there anyone who hasn’t read this yet? It’s probably the best analysis I’ve seen so far of what’s going on with GamerGate.
- A Summary Of The Gamergate Movement That We Will Immediately Change If Any Of Its Members Find Any Details Objectionable And this is the funniest.
- On GamerGate: A letter from the editor
- Hate Sinks On the use of young and low-paid women to moderate toxic online spaces.
- How One Boy With Autism Became BFF With Apple’s Siri This is kind of sweet.
- “On how women should behave”: Reading Other People’s Mail
- For battered NFL wives, a message from the cops and the league: Keep quiet
- Hale vs Harris, and the Breach of Online Ethics This is the best summary of this particular bit of horror I’ve seen. Authors, this is called stalking. It is a crime. It doesn’t matter how cute or quirky you think you are. It is a crime. Don’t do it.
- Class and Privilege: The Listen Linda Edition
- Inside the world of Amazon Vine book reviewers: how I ended up with a mailbox full of dog poo
- The radical, romantic female gaze of Outlander
- How Ben Bradlee’s Outrageous Use of White Privilege Changed My Life
- Snapchat Hacked: Building a 10 Billion-Dollar Business on Exploitation of Underage Youth
- A nation of Sayrevilles: Why locker room sexual assault is all too common
- Airlines must not fail in duty to assist passengers with disabilities
- Quora Keeps the World’s Knowledge For Itself
- GM’s hit and run: How a lawyer, mechanic, and engineer blew open the worst auto scandal in history
I wish I was made of spikes and quills. I know I’m not the only one who feels that way lately.
She dabbles in writing speculative fiction and poetry, but non-fiction is her bread and butter. She’s known for her coverage of various issues within genre around sexism and harassment, and can be found on Twitter as @eilatan.
With Annalee Flower Horne, she is a co-founder of the intersectional geek blog, The Bias.