Margaret Atwood

Books

Where Feminist Dystopian Fiction Falls Short

The canon of feminist dystopian writing mostly offers a narrow version of womanhood: sensationalized, suffering, and overwhelmingly white.
Tajja Isen
1.4.19
tech

Margaret Atwood Announces ‘The Testaments,’ a Sequel to ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’

The new book is set to release in September 2019.
Samantha Cole
11.28.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

We're Finally Getting a Sequel to Margaret Atwood's 'Handmaid's Tale'

Her new book, 'The Testaments,' hits shelves next year.
River Donaghey
11.28.18
entertainment

Get Ready for an Even Darker Dystopia on Season Two of 'Handmaid's Tale'

"It's hard to tell a story about a terrible world without being a little terrible."
Hope Reese
4.24.18
alias grace

Inside 'Alias Grace,' Margaret Atwood's New Show About a Notorious Murderess

Sarah Gadon, star of the Netflix adaptation of Atwood's popular novel, opens up about working with a crew of women and challenging those who control the entertainment industry.
Kristen Yoonsoo Kim
11.6.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Margaret Atwood's Psychological Prison Thriller Is Coming to Netflix

'Alias Grace' follows a convicted killer's experience in a women's prison and her struggle to unlock the memories that could prove her innocence.
Beckett Mufson
9.8.17
Premieres

Usnea's Impossibly Heavy New Doom Metal Album Is a Sci-Fi Odyssey

Stream the Portland extreme doom outfit's politically-charged, Margaret Atwood-inspired new album for Relapse Records.
Kim Kelly
9.7.17
Noisey News

Author Margaret Atwood Wants a Drake 'Handmaid's Tale' Cameo

The writer of the book on which the TV series is based says an appearance from the 6 God would be "fun."
Lauren O'Neill
7.6.17
Garage Magazine

Can "The Handmaid's Tale" Go High Fashion?

Vaquera interrogates the aesthetic of oppression in a collaboration with "The Handmaid's Tale."
Rachel Tashjian
6.13.17
Dystopia Now

What Keeps ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Creators and Stars Up at Night

Showrunner Bruce Miller, director Reed Morano, and actors Max Minghella and Samira Wiley tell us how much they think our reality resembles Gilead.
Sam Fragoso
5.17.17
CELEBRITIES

How to Treat Celebrities, According to Celebrities

We asked A$AP Ferg, Margaret Atwood, Iliza Shlesinger, Frank Turner, and many, many others about how to be cool with them when you're just a regular person.
Graham Isador
5.10.17
Interviews

Elisabeth Moss Talks Dinner with Margaret Atwood and That Peggy Olson Meme

The star of Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale” says she likes “the idea of women that are people you can look up to but are still flawed.”
Finster Tierney
4.21.17
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