Our February Book of the Month is (drumroll please): Longbourn’s Songbird by Beau North. Longbourn’s Songbird is a retelling of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. This version is set in the American South in 1948. North’s Longbourn is one of similarities and differences to Austen’s. The Bennets own a large farm; Darcy ran a munitions… Read More
Hello loyal Her Story Arc readers! Our site has some BIG changes coming in 2017. Before we move forward with our new business (!!!), we want to hear from you. Please fill out the survey using the link below. And you’re in luck–finish the survey and your email will be entered into a drawing for… Read More
Four hours of sleep and the madness really begins. We’ve been warned there’s no service in downtown, so my updates will be delayed. Have a safe March everyone! Want to follow Lindsey as she attends the Women’s March in DC? Like us on Facebook.
Tis the season of end-of-the-year lists and HSA is no different! This list is a roundup of some of the best feminist books we read in 2016 (though not all were necessarily published this year). Of course there were many amazing feminist books published in 2016, but we couldn’t get to all of them! We… Read More
Here at HSA we love our nerdy feminist TV and movies. But I didn’t realize until I started writing these end of the year lists that the TV and movies we consume don’t score nearly as well on a feminist scale as books. Maybe because we watch more media, or don’t have to be as… Read More
During WisCon this year I happened to sit in on quite a few panels featuring Mary Anne Mohanraj. Mohanraj is the founder of Strange Horizons, a highly-regarded speculative fiction magazine, so it was cool to get to dive into some of her work this month with The Stars Change. Whenever I get through something on… Read More