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Feministing Reads: George Hodgman’s Bettyville

In tender and often hilarious prose, George Hodgman’s memoir, Bettyville (Viking, March 2015), describes his experience moving from Manhattan to his hometown of Paris, Missouri, to live with his aging and ill mother, Betty.

In tender and often hilarious prose, George Hodgman’s memoir, Bettyville (Viking, March 2015), describes his experience moving from Manhattan to his hometown of Paris, Missouri, to live with his aging and ill mother, Betty.

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My #1ReasonToBe: My address to the Game Developers Conference

Last week I gave the following speech to the annual Game Developers Conference (GDC) in San Francisco for their #1ReasonToBe panel, which is inspired by the eponymous hashtag that celebrated the reasons women love working in games in spite of the horrors that sometimes attend the job, which I myself have been treated to over the last six months for reasons I’ve covered extensively for Feministing. 

Last week I gave the following speech to the annual Game Developers Conference (GDC) in San Francisco for their #1ReasonToBe panel, which is inspired by the eponymous hashtag that celebrated the reasons women love working ...

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