Provided by Wikipedia Andrea Rita Dworkin (September 26, 1946 – April 9, 2005) was an American radical feminist activist and writer. She is best known for her analysis of pornography, although her feminist writings, beginning in 1974, span 40 years. They are found in a dozen solo works: nine books of non-fiction, two novels, and a collection of short stories. Another three volumes were co-written or co-edited with US Constitutional law professor and feminist activist, Catharine A. MacKinnon.
In Dworkin's lifetime, two volumes were written with consideration and analysis of the body of her work: ''Andrea Dworkin'' by Jeremy Mark Robinson, first published in 1994, and ''Without Apology: Andrea Dworkin's Art and Politics'' by Cindy Jenefsky in 1998.'''' Following Dworkin's death, several works by or about her have been released. A play, ''Aftermath'', was produced in 2015 by John Stoltenberg after he found unpublished writing of hers that he edited for the stage. An anthology of her work, ''Last Days at Hot Slit'', was published in 2019. In 2020, a documentary feature about her, ''My Name Is Andrea'', by Pratibha Parmar was released, and a biography of her life, ''Andrea Dworkin: The Feminist as Revolutionary'', by Martin Duberman, was published.