Lisa Joyce

Writing as a Woman: Annie Abrahams' e-writing

2005-01-26

Is there such a thing as womens’ writng? Or, for that matter, womens’ media? Elisabeth Joyce moves through the work of Annie Abrahams and writes against restrictive domestications of electronic media.

Introduction: Waves

2006-03-17

Lisa Joyce introduces this new gathering, titled “waves,” of postfeminist essays.

Everyone An Artist?

2001-12-09

Elisabeth Joyce, co-editor of ebr3, Writing (Post) Feminism, entered the discussion on the new interface after the initiating posts by ebr design editor Anne Burdick, publisher Mark Amerika, editor Joseph Tabbi, and barker Rob Wittig. Joyce’s post drew our very first gloss - by ebr contributing editor Steve Tomasula.

Writing Postfeminism

1996-09-01

The postfeminist issue of ebr was the first to use visual art as a means of navigation as well as illustration.

"Thorowly" American: Susan Howe's Guide to Orienteering in the Adirondacks

1996-09-01

Elisabeth Joyce reads Howe as a postfeminist Thoreau facing the dilemma that ‘to inhabit a wilderness is to destroy it.’

Memory and Oblivion: The Historical Fiction of Rikki Ducornet, Jeanette Winterson, and Susan Daitch

1996-09-01

Lisa Joyce critiques the rash of historical fiction by women, circa 1996.