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Q&A: Hilary Rogers

Q&A: Hilary Rogers

This month we speak to writer and publisher Hilary Rogers, whose debut Girltopia is bringing feminism to children's fiction. What does feminism mean to you? Feminism is simply equal rights for women and girls. And by this I mean equal opportunities, equal pay, equal...

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FWF Q&A: Zoya Patel

FWF Q&A: Zoya Patel

Zoya Patel's memoir, No Country Woman, explores questions of identity and belonging through an Australian-Fijian-Indian lens. What does feminism mean to you? Feminism has meant many different things to me throughout my life. It has been a belief system, an identifier,...

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FWF Q&A: Leah Jing McIntosh

FWF Q&A: Leah Jing McIntosh

In the hottest this month, Liminal founder and editor Leah Jing McIntosh. What does feminism mean to you? To me, feminism means an equality, which encompasses all intersections. As Flavia Dzodan writes, my feminism will be intersectional or it will be bullshit.  Was...

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FWF Q&A: Bri Lee

FWF Q&A: Bri Lee

Writer and editor Bri Lee's debut memoir, Eggshell Skull, explores sexism in the legal system alongside her own personal story of seeking justice. What does feminism mean to you? Equality regardless of gender, and therefore fighting for everyone to enjoy the benefits...

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FWF Q&A: Sophie Beer

FWF Q&A: Sophie Beer

We're talking to illustrator and children's author Sophie Beer, whose book Love Makes A Family and series Pups are out now. Photo: Kirsty Sycz What does feminism mean to you? Equality, but also with a recognition that sometimes that necessitates lifting up! The...

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FWF Q&A: Jamie Marina Lau

FWF Q&A: Jamie Marina Lau

This month, we speak to Jamie Marina Lau, author of Pink Mountain on Locust Island. What does feminism mean to you? Feminism is undoing inequality. Was there a particular moment you can pinpoint that was crucial to the development of your perspective on feminism, and...

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FWF Q&A: Louise Omer

Each month, we interview an Australian writer about feminism, writing and the connections between the two. This month, we speak to Louise Omer – writer, critic and author of the upcoming book Holy Woman, about women and religion. Photo: Bri Hammond What does...

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FWF Q&A: Alison Evans

FWF Q&A: Alison Evans

Alison Evans is the author of Ida. What does feminism mean to you? For me, I think feminism is about a drive to be better. It's about learning ways you and systems hurt people, and how we can do better.   Was there a particular moment you can pinpoint that was crucial...

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New FWF faces

New FWF faces

For our first FWF Q&A of 2018, we're excited to have the new members of our team in the hot seat. Lara Shprem – General Manager What does feminism mean to you? On a very basic level, feminism to me means the freedom of having greater opportunities than the women...

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