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  • culture • March 04, 2021

    A 1973 document of feminist art activism holds a mirror to our present

    Lauren O’Neill-Butler

    ... HerStory is a timely invitation to feminists to think critically about how to reveal all situations of precarity under capitalism in a more long-term, lasting way. Lauren O’Neill-Butler

  • print • Mar/Apr/May 2021

    The War of Art

    Yxta Maya Murray’s novel of performance and power • Lauren O’Neill-Butler

    ... eventually publishing them. It’s a risky path of reinvention, one made exciting by the renegades she brings along. Lauren O’Neill-Butler’s forthcoming book, Let’s Have a Talk: Conversations with Women on...

  • papertrail • November 19, 2020

    Charles Yu wins National Book Award for Interior Chinatown; Former staff respond to abrupt layoffs at Poets House

    ... projects, has announced this year’s twenty-two grantees. Recipients include, among others, Jeannine Tang, Ratik Asokan, and Lauren O’Neill...

  • print • Apr/May 2020

    Artful Volumes

    The season’s outstanding art books • Bookforum contributors

    ... placed herself as a woman, as a young mother, as a partner, and wrote from that specific place.” --LAUREN O’NEILL-BUTLER 2019 was a banner year for the American feminist artist Kiki Smith. She had...

  • print • Sept/Oct/Nov 2019

    Artful Volumes

    This season's art books. • Bookforum contributors

    ... But sometimes the command is simply meditative: “Keep the next sound you hear in mind for at least the next half hour,” Oliveros wrote. The invitation beckons. --Lauren O'Neill-Butler As a teenage...

  • print • Summer 2019

    Severe and Pervasive

    The fight to make sexual harassment a crime • Lauren O’Neill-Butler

    ... we know more people are speaking up. How do we make those words count? Lauren O’Neill-Butler is a writer living in New York. ...

  • print • Apr/May 2019

    Suzanne Lacy: We Are Here edited by Rudolf Frieling, Lucía Sanromán, and Dominic Willsdon

    Lauren O'Neill-Butler

    “I still believe in the power of words to change culture.” That’s Lin Farley, a writer and former reporter, who coined the term sexual harassment in 1975. Farley was

  • papertrail • July 06, 2018

    Priscilla Gilman on criticism in the age of social media

    ...” Lauren O’Neill-Butler talks to philosopher and artist Adrian Piper about the intersection of her two fields, resisting...

  • print • Summer 2018

    Mind the Fact

    Hannah Arendt’s clairvoyant diagnosis of post-truth politics • Lauren O’Neill-Butler

    ... different ways, the people she profiles bring the light. Lauren O’Neill-Butler is a senior editor of Artforum. ...

  • culture • April 30, 2018

    The Pisces by Melissa Broder

    Lauren O'Neill-Butler

    ... by humans (mostly men) has been happening, for, well, ever. And it all stems from that enduring, everlasting oceanic feeling. Lauren O’Neill-Butler is a senior editor of Artforum. ...

  • papertrail • April 10, 2018

    HBO to adapt Michelle McNamara's "I'll Be Gone in the Dark" into docuseries; Lorrie Moore on FOMO

    ... the AlterNet brand.” Lauren O’Neill-Butler talks to See What Can Be Done author Lorrie Moore...

  • print • Dec/Jan 2018

    Revel with a Cause

    Euripides’s Bakkhai Lauren O’Neill-Butler

    ... Dionysos’s influence, there is no telling where you will end up.” Lauren O’Neill-Butler is the managing editor of ...