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Contributor News: Susann Cokal wins Gemini Magazine Fiction Prize for a story about J. Marion Sims.

Contributor News: Susann Cokal wins Gemini Magazine Fiction Prize for a story about J. Marion Sims.

Susann Cokal, who contributed “Making Friends with Midge” to our first issue–and who serves as Broad Street‘s Editorial Director–won the Gemini Magazine 2019 Fiction Prize for her story “A Spoon Will Catch the Dark Girls’ Pain.” – “A Spoon Will Catch” is a look at the life of J. Marion Sims, often called the Father of Modern...
“We Were Working Moms." An essay by Colleen Curran from "Rivals & Players."

“We Were Working Moms.” An essay by Colleen Curran from “Rivals & Players.”

“Then we picked it up again. To begin the elaborate game. Of working motherhood …” Broad Street presents a feature from our Winter/Spring 2019 issue, “Rivals & Players.” Bees and pollen in artificial honeycomb. Photo by Chad Hunt. “We Were Working Moms.” By Colleen Curran We were always running around. Packing school lunches while trying to get dressed for...
Family Laundry: “Half-Naked Woman Found Dead,” by Luanne Castle.

Family Laundry: “Half-Naked Woman Found Dead,” by Luanne Castle.

“As a writer, I felt a responsibility to tell her story, which is important to the history of women …” An online exclusive. In the fifth installment of this series exploring family history and how to turn it into truthful narrative, Luanne Castle takes on a series of bizarre and tragic incidents in the life of one...
Pop Culture Pulse: Yes, “Sex and the City” is 20 years old … and here are a few thoughts about that.

Pop Culture Pulse: Yes, “Sex and the City” is 20 years old … and here are a few thoughts about that.

From liberal to conservative, fun-and-fluffy features to cultural studies and a star’s campaign for governor: We’ve collected links to features from slick magazines, small web publishers, and assorted fans and critics. Pour yourself a Cosmo and start clicking. Perhaps you’ve heard? The cultural juggernaut known as Sex and the City — a TV series and two follow-up films — turned...
Online Exclusive: “The Robo-Caller’s Lonesome Wife; or, Women Who Don’t Love Shoes *That* Much … Carrie Bradshaw, the Police Department, and a Telemarketing Scheme,” by Susann Cokal.

Online Exclusive: “The Robo-Caller’s Lonesome Wife; or, Women Who Don’t Love Shoes *That* Much … Carrie Bradshaw, the Police Department, and a Telemarketing Scheme,” by Susann Cokal.

“Well, I imagine the Robo-Caller thinking (and the campaign manager behind him), at least a shoe sale is safe. When they’re shopping for shoes, they aren’t off fomenting dissent and organizing the masses. Let the girls have their shoes … and then give money to the police…. No force is more responsible for this image of women...