Debbie Stoller

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Debbie Stoller

Debbie Stoller is a New York Times best-selling[1] American author, publisher and feminist commentator whose work includes magazines as well as books. She lives in Brooklyn, New York City.[2]

Education[edit]

Stoller holds a Masters in psychobiology and a PhD in the psychology of women, both from Yale University.[citation needed]

Career[edit]

Stoller is the co-founder, co-owner and editor-in-chief of the culture magazine BUST, which launched in 1993, and has been credited with being one of the founders of "girlie feminism," a third wave feminist strategy in which traditional feminine activities and traits—especially those rejected by second wave feminists of the 1970s as being oppressive—are re-evaluated and often embraced. In 1999, Stoller co-edited The BUST Guide to the New Girl Order, which was a compilation of the best writing from BUST magazine to that point. In 1999, Stoller formed a Stitch 'n Bitch group in New York City's East Village to teach and encourage others to knit, and began writing about her hobby and her group in BUST magazine. In 2003, Stoller authored Stitch 'N Bitch: The Knitter’s Handbook, the first of the best-selling[1] Stitch'n Bitch series of knitting books, calendars and journals. It was followed by Stitch 'n Bitch Nation, which also made the New York Times Best Seller list, Stitch 'n Bitch Crochet: The Happy Hooker, and Son of Stitch 'n Bitch. She hosts and teaches on Stitch 'n Beach cruises and Stitch 'n Bitch Tuscany.[3] Stoller encourages her readers to take on the "feminine" activity of knitting and organize their own Stitch 'N Bitch sessions in their communities.[4] In 2010, Stoller teamed with Red Heart to launch a yarn line, Stitch Nation by Debbie Stoller.

Guest appearances[edit]

Stoller has appeared on Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher, The Roseanne Show, Good Morning America, The Today Show, and NPR’s All Things Considered. Stoller has appeared as special guest at the Dutch Stitch 'n Bitch Dag in Rotterdam each year since 2006. She made her debut appearance at a UK knitting show on November 10, 2007 as special guest for I Knit London's UK Stitch 'n Bitch Day 2007 where she hosted a workshop, fashion parade and booklaunch for the fourth in her Stitch 'n BItch book series: Son of Stitch 'n Bitch.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Karp, Marcelle and Stoller, Debbie, Editors (1999). The Bust Guide to the New Girl Order. Penguin. ISBN 0-14-027774-9. 
  • Stoller, Debbie (2003). Stitch 'n Bitch: The Knitter’s Handbook. Workman Publishing Co. ISBN 0-7611-2818-2. 
  • Stoller, Debbie (2004). Stitch 'n Bitch Nation. Workman Publishing Co. ISBN 0-7611-3590-1. 
  • Stoller, Debbie (2005). Stitch 'n Bitch :A Knitter's Design Journal. Workman Publishing Co. ISBN 0-7611-3833-1. 
  • Stoller, Debbie (2006). Stitch 'n Bitch Crochet: The Happy Hooker. Workman Publishing Co. ISBN 0-7611-3986-9. 
  • Stoller, Debbie (2006). Stitch 'n Bitch 2007 Page-A-Day Calendar. Workman Publishing Co. ISBN 0-7611-4288-6. 
  • Stoller, Debbie (2007). Son of Stitch 'n Bitch : 45 Projects to Knit and Crochet for Men. Workman Publishing Co. ISBN 0-7611-4617-2. 
  • Stoller, Debbie (2007). Stitch 'n Bitch 2008 Page-A-Day Calendar. Workman Publishing Co. ISBN 0-7611-4573-7. 
  • Stoller, Debbie (2010). Stitch 'n Bitch Advanced. Workman Publishing Co. ISBN 0-7611-3597-9. 

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