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Cindy Nemser

I always listened to W.N.Y.C. in the 70’s, when I was overseeing the latest production of my magazine “The Feminist Art Journal”, which was readied for publication in the basement of my house in Park Slope, Brooklyn. Some of the programs had guests whose stirring words inspired me to continue to expose the sexism existing in the art world, and to present the work of under-valued women artists both past and present. Working on a shoe string, made up of of “F.A.J” sales, small private and government grants, I published the journal from 1972-77. It sold all over the world.. I still listen to W.N.Y.C, Recently, Lenny Lopate talked to MIchael Findlay about his book “The Value of Art.” I called Michael, and we reminisced. I will review his book on my blog “Firebrand. Cindy Nemser’s Forum