Every month we publish new and commissioned works by feminist writers and thinkers,
as well as a Q&A with a fabulous feminist.

FWF Q&A: Anna Krien

FWF Q&A: Anna Krien

Anna Krien is the author of Act of Grace. What does feminism mean to you?  To me, feminism means keeping your eye in. So much of our everyday life is based on assumptions about gender roles, be it in work, politics, education, play or love, and with each stage of...

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A Thousand Small Steps: Jane Gilmore’s Fixed It

A Thousand Small Steps: Jane Gilmore’s Fixed It

By Foong Ling Kong Journalist Jane Gilmore’s Fixed It project began as a sharp and swift red-line response to a lousy headline in September 2015 on one of Australia’s major news sites about a man who murdered his ex-girlfriend. After that first fix, which was posted...

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about us

FWF is building a community of feminist writers, readers, speakers and leaders, united in their goal to end gender inequality through the power of storytelling and conversation. Through our events, podcasts, publishing and facilitation, we connect audiences and experts to come together, to share stories and enhance their capacities to contribute to the cause.


Alison Whittaker

Congratulations to Alison Whittaker whose Blakwork has made it to the shortlist of the PM’s Literature Awards, Poetry. Hear from Alison on the power and traditions of Indigenous storytelling in a podcast from FWF18 Sydney, Writing and Speaking Indigneous Lives or a FWF Q&A.


FWF is a not-for-profit, mostly volunteer-run organisation, so we value any donations you can offer. We are committed to providing opportunities for feminist writers whose voices are often unprioritised and all donations go directly into running and planning FWF events and monthly publishing. Most importantly, your donation ensures that the incredible writers speaking, teaching and writing for FWF can be paid for their work.

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