Living an Ecofeminist Life

BY: Andrea Shinyoung Kim

Image: Witch’s Love by Kämy Dobi

Living an Ecofeminist Life is an immersive audio essay that draws from urban legends of Nature’s wrath, Greek mythology, reproductive biology, and contemporary cyborg witchcraft to consider what it means to live an ecofeminist life.

Works Cited

Ahmed, S. (2019). Living a feminist life. Zubaan.

Cadon, B. (2017, May 17). At Hack the Earth, the decadence lab from the eco-colony of Calafou. Makery.

Kothari, A., Salleh, A., Escobar, A., Demaria, F., Acosta, A., & Terreblanche, C. (2019). Ecofeminism. In Pluriverse: a post-development dictionary (pp. 163–166). essay, Tulika Books and Authorsupfront.

Pérez, A. P. (2021, February). Anatomy of a Mermaid: Subverting the performative image of the pregnant woman. Screenworks.

Shin, S., & Tamás Rebecca. (2018). Spells: 21st-century occult poetry. Ignota Books.

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