No feature in Salon’s history kicked up the amount of righteous dust and ad hominem rage as Broadsheet, which debuted in 2005 and filed its last regular post on Dec. 21. We’re immensely proud of the role it’s played raising intensely important questions about women’s issues in politics, pop culture and way beyond. For much of the last year, Broadsheet has been a one-woman show performed by Tracy Clark-Flory. She’s done a terrific job, but it’s time for her to move on to focus her attention on stories that she’s most interested in — analyses and reporting on sex, love and relationships — and stop running Broadsheet. (via Feministing)
Saturday, January 8, 2011
Can Whatever It Is That's Killing Feminist Blogs Please Stop?
Another venerable feminist blog, this time Salon's Broadsheet, bites the dust. From Salon's editor-in-chief: