Krista Cox is the former chair of the Leadership Council of the Feminist Humanist Alliance. Her feminism is intersectional and actively opposed to all forms of oppression. Her advocacy extends into her poetry, and she leads annual writing retreats for survivors of sexual assault. In 2016 she founded Lit Literary Collective, a nonprofit that supports writers in her local community, and she’s a founding member and managing editor of Doubleback Review, an online literary journal. Learn more or contact Krista at www.kristacox.me.
Posts by Krista Cox
ALLOW ME TO BEGIN with a story I’m embarrassed to tell. After my divorce some years ago, I dipped my toes into the tepid,... Read More
Who’s the first person who comes to mind when you think of humanism or atheism? A follow-up question: Did you just think of a... Read More
On January 20, 2020, Virginia became the thirty-eighth state to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment. This was likely a surprise to the majority of... Read More
I was raised a Missouri-Synod Lutheran in rural Wisconsin, and nearly every Sunday of my childhood included a long, white room where folding tables... Read More
For the first time ever, the annual conference of the American Humanist Association (AHA) (June 7–9) will be a virtual conference, streamed live from... Read More
I wonder how many millions of small white worm cocoons were unraveled to make his tie. I imagine vast fields of them, confined and... Read More