Kirsten Kaschock recently interviewed Carol McCullough and Rachel Wenrick for the Writing Networks for Social Justice zine put together by Donald Unger and Liz Lane of 4C4Equality.

The zine seeks to shed light on the work of activist-scholars from across the country, bridging conventions in academic and underground publishing to build a network of those activist-scholars. Each piece included in the publication addresses one overarching question:

In the current political climate where students and faculty are becoming increasingly involved in direct action and local organizing, where do writing, rhetoric, and literacy studies and adjacent areas of inquiry fit in this work?

The interview with Carol and Rachel is a discussion about houses and stories and the people who inhabit both. Read the full piece here.