In the age of the Internet, everyone constructs an outward-facing identity. What does that mean for our inner, private lives?

As my book release looms, I’ve been reflecting on how we construct ourselves socially and privately

Our Lily Lit Club pick defies traditional storytelling. Here’s how.

‘Laura Dean Keeps Breaking up with Me,’ written by Mariko Tamaki and illustrated by Rosemary Valero-O’Connell, marries two forms of storytelling

How 6 female photojournalists saw the world — according to their photographs for Life magazine

See some of the photographs — taken by Margaret Bourke-White and five other women — that are featured in a New-York Historical Society exhibition

I work as an art tutor for high schoolers. The way they choose to portray female bodies is deeply worrying.

It’s easy to help students with skills — but more difficult to change their perceptions of beauty

Kathy Butterly tortures her own sculptures — and produces exquisite, joyful results

Each of Butterly’s pieces requires intense labor, and she works on several at once

Pop-up art installations in New York City blast audio of sobbing, detained children

They were placed in highly trafficked areas of the city on Wednesday

The biggest new comic-arts festival reflects better representation for women. Here’s how.

Some female artists say that’s in part due to more opportunities for them in the graphic novel and webcomic arena

A new graphic memoir explores an Egyptian Filipino woman’s life as a first-generation American

Malaka Gharib’s ‘I Was Their American Dream’ discusses identity, culture and coming of age

Many D.C. artists are embracing stickering, particularly women

One woman says stickering is ‘safer’ for women than traditional graffiti

How one woman is using art to shed light on the violence facing indigenous women

A Q&A with artist Jaime Black, the creator of ‘The REDress Project’