Feminist Friday Options

First, a quick clip. These are WWI-era suffragettes in prison for the crime of demonstrating in front of the White House during a time when the government was paranoid about labor unrest and Europe was engulfed in war. From the 2004 movie Iron Jawed Angels. It won three Golden Globes and received 12 nominations.

We managed to extend our weekly Feminist Friday discussions into their 11th week at Part Time Monster last week. It was a great, and memorable thread. It went so well, I answered a few new comments earlier today. You can find our previous discussions on this page.

We’ll have to take another off-week again at some point, but not this week. I feel like we’re on a roll. Options for this Friday:

  1. I can write the  post this week. If I do, I’m either talking about early childhood education again, or I’m re-visiting the issue of the feminism label itself. That’s where we started, and we’ve picked up a lot of new people since then. Whether I revisit the labeling issue this week or not, I’ll do it soon.
  2. If someone has the time to write a post, the inclination to host the thread, or both, I’m open to that. Hit us up on this thread or @Sourcererblog.

As always, I need input by Wednesday so I’ll have time to do the writing.

A quick preview: Posts from Diana, Jeremy, David, and Garrett this week. We’re set through Thursday again. If I’m able to take care of Tolkien and Feminist Friday early enough in the week, I’ll also have a Follow Friday on the Blog. I’ll also have a few posts at The Writing Catalog this week. I’m drafting several, but not sure how many I’ll have finished by Thursday.

Have a fabulous week!

Jeremy’s Brewing Library

Good day, everyone! Today, I want to share an image of my homebrewing and craft beer library. I began homebrewing several years ago and have kept it up on and off ever since. Thanks to the actions of such people as Raise Your Pints here in Mississippi, this activity is no longer illegal for me to practice.


How to Brew by John J. Palmer

I’ve been told this is one of the best reference books a homebrewer can have, and it hasn’t steered me wrong yet.

Brewing Up a Business by Sam Calagione

The memoir of the founder of Dogfish Head Brewery is a nice success story to have to read for encouragement but offers little true brewing advice.

Beer School by Steve Hindy and Tom Potter

Another success story about a craft brewery and one I haven’t looked into much yet.

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