“Here’s what we can learn from Margery Kempe, patron saint of writing mothers: cry if you must, then bulldoze your own path.”
Cersei Lannister could have been a great antihero, but she was on the wrong show.
The Americans shows us one way to write a female antihero.
What if a TV antihero and his wife were partners instead of rivals? Sara Fredman’s second installment in this series explores the marriages and antihero teams in Netflix’s Ozark and House of Cards.
A personal essay in which Sara Fredman thinks about the voices in her life, as she raises young children and reckons with her fading father.
Sara Fredman explore antiheroes of Golden Age television shows — and the nasty women who humanized them.