Bibliography (Cyclopedia of World Authors, Fourth Revised Edition)
Ehrenreich, Barbara. “Advise and Dissent.” Interview by Rick Szykowny. The Humanist 52, no. 1 (January/February, 1992): 11-18. An interview with Ehrenreich about citizenship, secular humanism, and the Reagan administration, with lengthy quotes from The Worst Years of Our Lives.
Ehrenreich, Barbara. “PW Interviews: Barbara Ehrenreich.” Interview by Wendy Smith. Publishers Weekly 240, no. 30 (July 26, 1993): 46. Ehrenreich discusses writing her first novel as well as her nonfiction work. Smith provides some excellent biographical background.
Ehrenreich, Barbara, and Lionel Tiger. “Who Needs Men?” Interview by Colin Harrison. Harper’s 298, no. 1789 (June, 1999): 33. In this thirteen-page interview, Ehrenreich and Tiger—a noted author and anthropologist who introduced the term “male bonding”—debate masculinity and the current nature of feminism.
Kerr, Kathleen. “Barbara Ehrenreich.” In Twentieth-Century American Cultural Theorists, edited by Paul Hansom. Vol. 246 in Dictionary of Literary Biography. Detroit: The Gale Group, 2001. A solid introductory essay that discusses Ehrenreich’s work through Nickel and Dimed.
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