Suzanne LaGrande interviews journalist, writer, and editor Lily Dancyger about her recently published collection of essays, Burn It Down: Women Writing about Anger. The twenty-two essays in this collection from writers of diverse ages and backgrounds explore the things that make the writers angry and represent the varieties of women's anger and the different ways they find to express it. In this episode of Disobedient Femmes, Dancyger discusses why some of the reasons why women's anger has been suppressed and why it's important for women to be able to express the full range of their emotions.
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