Where Are the Women Writers? (ASME Edition)

The cofounder of VIDA's byline inequality survey weighs in on the dude-centric list of 2012 National Magazine Award finalists.

They called it the Count, and the concept was simple: Tally up how many women get published in some of the world's top literary magazines and journals, compare it with the number of men gracing those pages, and slap the results into a pie chart. Red for men, blue for women. The result was a lot of big red pie slices . First published in 2011, they conveyed a clear fact: From Harpers to The New Yorker to The Atlantic , it's still very much a man's world. ... Full Story »

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