Diary of a       
Garterbelt Feminist
by Lucinda Rosenfeld


This essay was originally published by word.com in 1997 and was lost to the ether in 2000 when word.com went off the air. ArtCommotion recently reconstructed the site (with the author's permission) by mining the Internet Archive at www.archive.org.

Lucinda Rosenfeld was born in New York City on the last day of the 1960's. Her first novel, "What She Saw . . ." was published by Random House in September 2000, and by Anchor Books (in paperback) in September 2001. An excerpt from the novel appeared in The New Yorker in June 2000 under the title "The Male Gaze." She has written essays and reviews for The New York Times Magazine, The New York Times Book Review, Harper's Bazaar, Talk, Elle, British Vogue, Salon, and Bookforum. She lives in Brooklyn, New York, and is working on a new novel.

Find her book, "What She Saw . . ." at Amazon.

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Philip van Allen, Publisher
December 2001