there's a LOT we want to say about "bitchface" -

that it's epically voicing the thoughts that we've been struggling to identify for so long // instigating the conversations we've wanted to have but didn't know how // saying the things we've yearned to express without knowing we wanted to express them. but instead, we'll just let it speak for itself, dammit.

WHAT'S ALL IN HERE? check out:

- Yumi Sakugawa reading "7 Rituals from the Feminist Utopia: Prebirth to Postdeath" from "The Feminist Utopia Project"

co-host Phoebe talks to her G-ma / Holocaust survivor Eva Unterman about whether feminism was relevant for her, and whether it's relevant now.

- co-host NK & her mom Valerie Hunter-Kelly talk about whether feminism informed a career decision that had unintended effects on their relationship.

- bitchface contributors read a paraphrasing from "The Fifty Year Ridicule" in The Dialectic of Sex.

Selfish contributor and contributing editor Kelsey Nolan reads her issue one essay about breaking up & moving on in a piece called "His & Hers."

- "Sad Sax Song" by Leah Menzer is the realest break-up song of 2016.

should you listen to bitchface?

yes. you should fucking listen to bitchface.



A. Nicole Kelly is a Kimbilio Fiction Fellow who received an MFA from the Programs In Writing at UC Irvine. Her work has appeared in Drunken Boat, ZYZZYVA, Fiction Southeast, and elsewhere.

Phoebe Ünter is a downtown Los Angeles-based graphic designer and journalist. She mothers a number of projects, including a quarterly arts and culture publication called "Get Down Town" and a feminist guerilla publishing collective.

Elyssa Dudley is an audio enthusiast rarely without a microphone and a belly full of pupusas. Her stories (about everything from witchcraft to bounce queens) have aired on KPCC, KCRW, and the worldwide web.

follow along with their feminist pursuits at http://bitchfacepodcast.tumblr.com/.