Matters of Feminist Practice brings together scholars, writers, poets, and artists of different identities and backgrounds to confer on the urgent topic of “feminist practice” through seven topics: the body, the quotidian, hybridity, language, documentation, environment, and conflict.

In the twenty-five scholarly and creative-critical pieces included in this introductory volume, each contributor brings unique visions, insights, approaches, voices, and forms to launch the conversation.

Volume One, edited by Poupeh Missaghi and Karla Kelsey, was brought into print by Diana Cage, Caroline Crumpacker, James Loop, Kiran Puri, Asiya Wadud, and Rachael Guynn Wilson.




Contributor to first volume of MFP, Serena Chopra, is offering a workshop through Belladonna*: 


“Rampage, Wound & Chthonic Desire:
Feminism, Goddess Complexes and New Multivalent Narrative”

with Serena Chopra

Thursdays: 3/12, 3/19, 3/26, 4/2, 4/9 4/16

6-8PM EST on Zoom 

Link to the registration, full descriptions, and bios: Register here!


You can read Serena’s essay along with two other essays from the language chapter of MFP Vol I on our Contributing Authors page