I wrote a paper on the classism I experienced as a poverty-class single mother in the feminist movement, and it was selected for inclusion in a prestigious anthology.
When I asked the editor about payment for my chapter, she said that all proceeds from book sales would be contributed to a charity. “None of our writers really need the money that bad,” she told me.
From Manitoba, Canada, Fisher Lavell is a working-class counselor, primarily with Canadian Indians. Fisher writes fiction and working-class social commentary, and delivers workshops on using social class awareness to work more effectively with people of all backgrounds.