Fran Bigman lives in New York City and writes most often about books, art, and reproductive politics. She has a PhD in English from the University of Cambridge and a MA in journalism from NYU, and her editorial experience includes stints at Pantheon/Knopf and Words Without Borders. Her work has appeared in New York Review Daily, Washington Post, the Times Literary Supplement, Lit Hub, Words Without Borders, and Granta.com.BOOKMARK
Beginning with Abortion
Fran Bigman discusses Brit Bennett’s “The Mothers” and the stories we tell about abortion.
What’s Wrong with Popular Feminism?
Fran Bigman reviews Sarah Banet-Weiser’s new book on popular feminism, “Empowered.”