Monthly Archives: June, 2017

Introducing the Winter/Spring/Summer 2017 Issue of Katastrophic Thoughts

The fact that it has taken me over a year to do what I used to do in three months could be a metaphor for my life now. Yes, things have gotten a lot more hectic in the last year. But, I’m still committed to the print version of Katastrophic Thoughts. New issues (along with a few old issues) will be available at Bluestockings Bookstore in NYC in the coming weeks or you can email me directly at kathleenerindavis at gmail dot com. If you were a past subscriber I will send you an issue in the next week or so.


Here is a preview of what’s in the issue:

  • Retrospective: A Moment in Feminist History
    12 basic rights that women just gained in the last 100 years.
  • Special Edition of World Changing Ways
    Nine causes that need your help now more than ever.
  • Your New Feminist BFF
    The first women doctor in the U.S. and her lasting legacy
  • Pregnant Body, Public Domain
    When you are a woman your body is never truly just yours, especially when you’re knocked up.
  • There Are No Good Mothers
    Everyone is a parenting critic.
  • Stop Trying To “Empower” Women With Cutesy Titles
    Why titles like “SHE-EO” and momtrepreneur aren’t helping.
  • Required Reading
    A few great books


  • Women’s March…25
    A small sample of the best signs from the largest single-day march in U.S. history.