Professor Lisa Moore's article, "Sister Arts: Adrienne Rich, Audre Lorde, and Others" has Internet buzzing
Posted: February 12, 2013
Since the Los Angeles Review of Books published Professor Lisa Moore’s article, “Sister Arts: On Adrienne Rich, Audre Lorde, and Others,” on Feb. 8, the Internet has been buzzing with excitement about her meditation on the intersections between feminist movements and poetry.
You check out “Sister Arts: On Adrienne Rich, Audre Lorde, and Others” on the LA Review of Books website.
UPDATE: The article has also been promoted by feminist blog, Feministing, in their "Daily Feminist Cheat Sheet."
About Lisa Moore
Lisa Moore, Professor of English and Women's and Gender Studies, is the author of Sister Arts: The Erotics of Lesbian Landscapes (Minnesota, 2011), which won the Lambda Literary Award and was a finalist for the Publishers' Triangle Award. She also wrote Dangerous Intimacies: Toward a Sapphic History of the British Novel (Duke, 1997), and is the is the editor, with Omi Osun Jones and Sharon Bridgforth, of Experiments in a Jazz Aesthetic: Art, Activism, Academia, and the Austin Project (Texas, 2010) and, with Joanna Brooks and Caroline Wigginton, of Transatlantic Feminisms in the Age of Revolution (Oxford, 2011). She has published articles and reviews in journals including GLQ, Eighteenth-Century Studies, Cultural Critique, Textual Practice, Signs, Albion, and Modern Philology. Her poems have appeared in Broadsided, Sinister Wisdom, Lavender Review and other journals, and she won the Museum of Fine Arts-Houston Art/Lines Juried Poetry Competition in 2012. In 2002 she was a Visiting Professor at Université de Paris X (Nanterre).