Anna March

Anna March’s writing appears frequently here in Salon as well as in The New York Times' Modern Love column, New York Magazine and The Rumpus. She is the Publisher of the magazine Roar. Her essay collection, "Feminist Killjoy," and novel are forthcoming. Follow her on Twitter @annamarch or learn more about her at

Women's March Hat
Where have all the pussyhats gone? Anna March
Pink Hat
Memo to white feminists: It’s our job to dismantle white supremacy — now Anna March
Matthew Klam
"Wiggly meats": Feminism, "transgressive sex" and the fiction of Matthew Klam Anna March
Laptop On FIre
This "bitch" won't shut up: Sexist attacks on outspoken women are a problem for men to fix, too Anna March
Women of Abstract Expressionism
Exile in (artistic) Guyville: We gotta fight for our right to parity Anna March
Bernie Sanders
Bye bye, Bernie: He's not fit to captain the Democratic ship if he can't stop chasing the great white male Anna March
Activists Protest Racism And Hate In Brooklyn
The Women's March on Washington is misnamed — we should have called it the People's March instead Anna March
What do I owe my mother? It's not selfish or childish to refuse to forgive and forget Anna March
Women protest against Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and the GOP in front of Trump Tower in Manhattan
We (still) can do it: Energized feminists are well positioned for future gains — if we do the work Anna March
Smartphone Beach
What do I owe my mother? It's not selfish or childish to refuse to forgive and forget Anna March
Hillary Clinton
Exile in political Guyville: Why getting Hillary Clinton elected isn’t “women’s work” Anna March
Bob Dylan
Just like a woman: I'm a feminist and I love Bob Dylan—even though I know I shouldn't Anna March
Broken Pencil
Most writers get screwed: We did the math, and it's true — literary prizes exclude writers outside the campus gates Anna March
Hillary Clinton, Chelsea Clinton, Bill Clinton
Even when Hillary wins, she loses: In Iowa, I saw plenty of excitement for Clinton, too — but Sanders' surge is still the big news Anna March
Pope Francis
Stop calling Pope Francis progressive: You might love his pastoral style, but don't fool yourself on Vatican substance Anna March