Her newest project is "Optimized"
If you could take a pill that would make you smart enough to get into any college, would you take it? Would you make your child take? Even if it had side effects? Even if those side effects turned you into a sort of…zombie?
Margaret Finnegan's novel “The Goddess Lounge,” is about motherhood, love, and the tension between self-sacrifice and the pursuit of pleasure. Why be a hero when you can be a goddess?
"A Hero's Retreat," a story of abuse and resilience, in "Life as We Know It: A Collection of Personal Essays from Salon.com" Edited by Jennifer Foote Sweeney. New York: Washington Square Press, 2003.
“Selling Suffrage: Consumer Culture and Votes for Women,” a history of US women's suffrage movement. Columbia University Press, 1999.