Featured Writers

Featured Writers, 2020

Aimee Herman – January

Jacquie Prebich – February

DeLisa DarLuz – March

Nina Marin – April

Jane Barnes – May

Jillian Hanesworth – June

Aaron Summer Javadi – July

Nicole Crevar – August

– September

Kasey Hines – October

Nicole Higginbotham – November

Eilish Mulholland – December

Featured Writers, 2019

Sandra de Helen – January

Celeste Castro – February

Kathleen Bryce Niles – March

Danielle Bero – April

Stephanie Parwulski – May

Xingyu Chen – June

Robbie B – July

KD Fisher – August

Erin Cork – September

Amy Lauren – October

Medea Sinsation – November

Maria Rovito – December

Featured Writers, 2018

Lisa Carter – January

Viv – January

Stephanie Velez – January

Tanja Aho – February

Christina Foster – March

Jarrah Hodge – April

Giovanna Capone – May

Jacqueline Wilson – July

Hanna Etu – August

Carolyn Gage – September

Lemmy Renee – October

N/A Oparah – November

Brigid Hannon – December

Featured Writers, 2017

Melissa S. Bennett – September

Frances Donovan – October

Liza Mohr – November

Troi Anastasia Michael – December

Madwomen in the Attic’s primary aim is to advocate for and empower women and queer-identified people, as well as all neurodivergent people, through feminist literacy projects.

To learn more about feminist mental health literacy advocacy, check out (hover over without clicking) our Featured Writers and MITA Writes tabs on the website menu.

Listed under the category of ‘Featured Writers’ is an introduction to Mad Mondays and a year-by-year archive of our Mad Monday Featured Writers. For more information, visit The Featured Writer Project. Hover over a year and a month to locate the name of each writer. A list of featured writers will be published annually, and can be accessed by clicking on the year.

Listed under the category of MITA Writes are the subcategories ‘Narrative Medicine’ and ‘Literacy Projects’. Under the subcategory ‘Literacy Projects’ are articles about the advocacy work we are doing. Under the subcategory of ‘Narrative Medicine,’ there are feminist essays written by MITA co-founder Jessica Lake Mason. Click on the titles to access individual essays and articles.

For general information about Madwomen in the Attic, click on or hover over the ‘About MITA’ tab on the main menu, and click on one of the subcategories, ‘MITA FAQs’, ‘Contact‘, or ‘MITA on Facebook.’

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