This interview between Natalie Loveless and Mary Kelly revisits Kelly’s important historical works, such as Post-Partum Document and The Nightcleaners, bringing attention to the foment out of which they were produced and linking this to the contemporary moment through some of Kelly’s most recent work as well as her influence on feminists of younger generations. This wide-ranging exchange makes a claim for the importance of feminist inheritance, feminist pedagogy and intergenerational feminist collaboration for the project of social and ecological justice today.