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Work and Revolt – Edna Bonhomme Interviews Sarah Jaffe


Edna Bonhomme: In your book, Work Won’t Love You Back, you provide an excellent critique of capitalism but also have us think actively about what the world of work means in the contemporary age. In this generation, we’re often told that we must love our work, especially if it’s in a creative field like writing. And yet, the reality of what that labour might...

On Ugliness: Edna Bonhomme Interviews Moshtari Hilal


When I spoke with Moshtari Hilal during the early autumn, we discussed the publication of her new book, Hässlichkeit (Ugliness), and what inspired her to compose the text. Not only was she looking at the lives of others, but at how she saw herself in the world. Her tools were visual and literary, historical and personal. During the interview, we spoke about her theoretical inspirations and the power...

Edna Bonhomme: After Sex on tour

Excerpted from Mobile Fragments, the substack of Silver Press contributing editor Edna Bonhomme – subscribe here! 

The shortest book tour there ever was: After Sex and other news

When the US Supreme Court ruled on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organizationwhich ultimately overturned federal protection for abortion in June 2022. At the time, I was livid, devastated, and dismayed by the political direction in the US and the implications it would have for future generations. The...

Reproductive Justice: A Reading List

Edna Bonhomme, writer, historian of science and co-editor of After Sex, offers a reading list exploring Black feminist perspectives on reproductive justice.

The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade has further eroded trust between physicians and patients and has hardened the blow to women’s liberation. The anti-abortion movement is not only sexist in its composition, but it is racist in form. During enslavement,  Read more

Space Crone Prize Shortlist: Mudra Joshi

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We are delighted to share The Banyan, Bahuchar and the In-between by Mudra Joshi, one of four shortlisted stories of The Space Crone Prize for speculative and science short fiction. The special one-off prize, established by Silver Press in collaboration with The Ursula K. Le Guin Literary Trust, celebrated the publication of Space Crone by Ursula K. Le Guin, a selection of writings edited by...