Sara Fredman is a writer living in St. Louis. She holds a PhD in medieval English literature and is the nonfiction editor for december, a literary magazine. Her work has appeared in Longreads, Slate, The Rumpus, Tablet, and Lilith
"Everything is Fine"
"The Blaming of the Shrew"
"The Good Bad Wives of Ozark and House of Cards"
"The Possessed - Dispatches from the Third Trimester"
"Himpathy for a Horse"
"What the Hormone-Addled Cartoon Big Mouth Has in Common With Medieval Literature"
"Luke Perry and the Mishna: A Love Story"
"The Voices of Women"
"Is Midge Maisel a Bad Mom? A Feminist Query."
"I Pretended I Could Shelter My Daughter from the Patriarchy"
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