The fourth issue of Fair to Flair quarterly is all about women & wrestling. We want to explore this issue as thoroughly as possible. We feel that women’s wrestling is unfairly criticized, unfairly run, and unfairly represented, and the issue will tackle major issues pertaining to women’s wrestling today.
Pre-order the print issue and immediately receive a link to download the epub version, which you can read on any iOS device, Sony Reader, Nook, Kindle, or desktop computer. And by immediate, I mean immediate. No more waiting for me to respond via email. It should begin downloading the second your Paypal purchase is finished.
We placed almost every part of this journal on the website over the course of March, as we celebrated our first women’s wrestling month. Please support these great writers you’ve enjoyed over the past month by pre-ordering the print journal. You’ll receive a beautifully designed softcover book containing every issue, plus a photo essay by Leslie L of Dirty Dirty Sheets (if you’ve seen that site, you know his photography is best in class). Here’s a breakdown of what you’ll find in the journal:
Thomas Holzerman contrasts Beth Phoenix and Tamina Snuka to Sara Del Ray and Aja Kong.
Stephen T Stone pins a bright future for Kharma.
Logan Stallings remembers Jazz, one of the toughest women wrestlers in history.
Trey Irby defends fart humour, Natalya, and broad storytelling.
Andrea Marshall proudly defends the female gaze on professional wrestling.
Lydia Cyrus remembers inspirational female wrestlers and how they help her in life.
Mike Lortz re-introduces us to Isis the Amazon.
Lacy Fidler tells three killer stories about recruiting women as wrestling fans.
William S Young writes about being a guilty male fan, who hasn’t given women’s wrestling it’s due.
Joe Drilling reviews the greatest all-women pro wrestling video game, Super Fire Pro Wrestling: Queen’s Special.
Yours truly interviewed rising star Mia Yim.
Ashley Durham champions Kharma as the future of WWE proper.
Cewsh gives an important and well-researched history lesson on women’s wrestling pioneer Mildred Burke.
Lex Roberston takes on gender cues, GLOW, and Elizabeth.
Finally, Leslie L showcases over a dozen beautiful, world-class photographs of women wrestlers all over the world.
Epub is a standard format compatible with all PCs, Macs, iOS devices, etc., If you do not have an epub reading app on your PC, Mac, or Android device, we suggest the Sony Reading app. For iOS devices, iBooks works wonderfully.
$20 pre-order includes worldwide shipping.
Your physical order will ship within 10 business days. Please contact us by email with any questions.