Troubling the Label: When Does a Text Become Feminist?
A panel with Arielle Greenberg, Cate Marvin, Amal Amireh, Eloise Healy, and Ru Freeman
Phoebe, George Mason's literary magazine, publishes fiction and poetry, and sometimes nonfiction from Mason students and writers across the country. It also offers practical experience in the work of publishing to those interested in being editors or staff members of the journal. Submissions are accepted year-round and the magazine is published quarterly.
George Mason University has feminist literary magazine, So To Speak that publishes poetry and fiction with a feminist theme, and which also publishes both the work of Mason students and writers from across the country.
The George Mason Review is a journal of exemplary writings authored by Mason undergraduates.