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Andi Zeisler
Andi Zeisler is the co-founder and editorial/creative director of Bitch: Feminist Response to Pop Culture. A longtime freelance writer and illustrator, Andi's work has appeared in numerous periodicals and newspapers, including Ms., Mother Jones, Utne, BUST, The San Francisco Chronicle, the Women's Review of Books, and Hues. She is a former pop-music columnist for the SF Weekly and the East Bay Express, and also contributed to the anthologies Young Wives' Tales and Secrets and Confidences: The Complicated Truth About Women's Friendships (both from Seal Press). She is the coeditor of BitchFest: 10 Years of Cultural Criticism from the Pages of Bitch Magazine, and is currently working on a book about feminism and popular culture. She speaks frequently on the subject of feminism and the media at various colleges and universities.

Blog Entries by Andi Zeisler

Knocked Up vs. Knocked Up

Posted June 7, 2007 | 11:51:00 (EST)

Poor Rebecca Eckler.

The Summer of Knocked Up has begun, and in the midst of the movie's wildly positive reception -- The New York Times loves it! So do pro-life activists! -- the Canadian journalist apparently feels that something crucial has been left out. Namely, her.

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The Case Against the Grey's Anatomy Spinoff

Posted May 26, 2007 | 16:37:18 (EST)

You know what TV totally does not need more of? Shows about women with fabulous careers who spend at least seven hours of every workday dithering about their dysfunctional relationships, having inappropriate makeout sessions with inappropriate coworkers, and occasionally hearing imaginary voices that have something or other to do with...

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Going Postal on Rate Hikes for Independent Periodicals

Posted May 16, 2007 | 14:38:33 (EST)

It's been a crappy few years for independent publications and the progressive press. The slow collapse of the distribution arm of the Independent Press Association --the mission-driven nonprofit founded in 1996 to advocate for non-corporate magazines-- led to the untimely demise of at least one progressive stalwart (Clamor magazine), and...

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