Miriam Mosher
Miriam Mosher

Miriam Mosher graduated from Smith College before moving to New York where she is a writer by day and beer maven by night. She is a proud feminist, a champion of the semicolon and an avid thrifter. See more from Miriam at Bushwick Daily and Two Cities Literary Review.  

"It Happened In LA" Director Michelle Morgan Talks Writing So-Called Unlikable Women: BUST Interview
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I Was Sexually Harassed In An UberPool: How Rating Culture Leaves Women Vulnerable
This Performance Artist Gets Naked To Challenge Ideas Of Consent And Redefine What Nudity Means
Men Who Catcall Women Say Women Like Being Sexually Harassed
Sophia Banks' Short Film Is Tulle Princess Meets Skater Grrrl: BUST Interview
You Could Soon Lose Your Birth Control Coverage, Thanks To Trump
WASI's "Floor Talk" Is A Riot Pop Dream: BUST Premiere
ALERT: There May Be An "L Word" Reboot In The Works
Helen Mirren's Commencement Speech Is A Feminist Dream
Ellevate Network Is Hosting a Summit On Mobilizing The Power Of Women
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Janet Mock Writes About Glam As "A Gateway To Survival"
Support Planned Parenthood at the 13th Summer, Sex and Spirits Benefit
37 Problems Is A Comedy About Adulting And The Pressures Of Fertility: BUST Interview With Lisa Ebersole