Steph Auteri

Steph Auteri writes about female sexuality and other women's issues for the Atlantic, Pacific Standard, the Washington Post, VICE, and other publications. She is also the author of A DIRTY WORD, forthcoming from Cleis Press in October 2018. And while writing consumes her life, Steph is also a mom, a cat lady, and a yogi. You can learn more at stephauteri.com. Follow her on Twitter: @stephauteri.

New IT Clip Drops and I Can’t Stand the Suspense

Check out the newly-released clip of the new adaptation of Stephen King's IT

Inbox/Outbox: April 21, 2017

What books did you acquire (inbox) and finish (outbox) this week?

Stephen King’s Mist Approaches Again; Check Out the Trailer for the Upcoming Miniseries

Take a look at the trailer for the new adaptation of Stephen King's THE MIST.

The IT Movie Trailer Is Here and I Am So Looking Forward To the Nightmares

Watch the full trailer for the new adaptation of Stephen King's IT

Music As a Tool of Resistance: A Reading List

Music, resistance, and a reading list.

Librarians Provide the Tools for Readers to Rise Up

Libraries in many communities are acting as flash points of resistance. Check out some of their rad resources here.

Books for Those Who Want to Know What Love Is

Books about love that are messy, painful, and rarely have happy endings.

Genre Kryptonite: Books That Are Humorous and Heartbreaking

Books that will break your heart and make you laugh.

The 13 Books I’m Saving for My Daughter

The 13 books one mother is saving for her daughter in hopes she'll love them and cherish them.

If You Loved That Feminist Book, Read This One

Reading recommendations based on our favorite feminist classics.

A Reading List for Everyone Who Is Now Obsessed with Stranger Things

So you've binge-watched Stranger Things? Here's what to read.

7 Self-Help Books I’ll Never Follow for the Resolutions I’ll Never Make

Perhaps these self-help books are more for your entertainment needs than your resolutions.

Essential Reads on End-of-Life Care and Compassion

Books that examine the medical care we get at the end of our lives, and on the caregivers who give it.

A Social Justice Reading List for Those Who Want to Rise Up

Because we will continue to resist.

The Popularity of Books About Saying Yes to Life… and Why We Still Say No

Why we eat up memoirs about saying yes to every opportunity, but don't act on it it in our own lives.