About Elizabeth @lizflock
Elizabeth Flock is an independent journalist who reports on justice and gender. She can be reached at email@example.com
Elizabeth’s Recent Stories
Nation Apr 09On the Fire Line
Arts Apr 08Emily Chang’s advice for writers: It’s good not to know all the answers
"Brotopia" author Chang was worried about tackling a subject as big as women in tech. But then she learned the best books come out of not knowing all the answers up front.
Arts Apr 02With heart and soul, this exhibit expands how we see civil rights-era America
"Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power 1963-1983” features more than 60 black artists who illuminated that incendiary era with electrifying works.
Arts Apr 01Discussion questions for ‘Brotopia’
Is Silicon Valley really a "meritocracy"? Journalist Emily Chang explains why not in our April pick for the PBS NewsHour-New York Times book club "Now Read This."…
Arts Mar 28‘Brotopia’ is April’s pick for the PBS NewsHour-New York Times book club
Emily Chang's "Brotopia" is an exposé of the dark, misogynistic side of Silicon Valley.
Arts Mar 28The question everybody has about the novel ‘The Power’
In Naomi Alderman's novel, one character is guided by an unexplained inner voice.
Arts Mar 19‘Shame takes our bodies away from us’: Read an annotated page from ‘The Power’
Though Naomi Alderman's "The Power" was written years before the #MeToo movement exploded, it explores similar themes of power dynamics in sexuality and the shame that sexual violence can leave behind.
Arts Mar 12‘Get used to saying no,’ and more advice from writer Naomi Alderman
"You can't be the best person in the world at answering your email on time and being available for every request and also write good books," says writer Naomi Alderman.
Arts Mar 04Discussion questions for ‘The Power’
The sci-fi novel "The Power" is our March pick for the PBS NewsHour-New York Times book club, Now Read This. We hope you'll read along.
Arts Feb 26The March pick for the PBS NewsHour-New York Times book club is ‘The Power’
Naomi Alderman's "The Power" imagines a future in which women have special powers that flip the established gender dynamics and turn the world on its head.