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I'm not who you think I am

Rooms, blogs, thoughts, freedom and truth: Reflections on Virginia Wolf’s ‘A Room of One’s Own’ in the page I’m not who you think I am.


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The entire interview with Sarah Lantz is now completely transcribed and published here on its own page.  Click on her name above.

Feminist Book Review: McNees' The Lost Summer of Louisa May Alcott

Kelly O’Connor McNees’ The Lost Summer of Louisa May Alcott (2010) is a beautiful find and a revolutionary novel that chronicles one summer during the youth of the writer who gave us… 1,606 more words


Another Set of Eyes

I’ve spent quite a few months in inactivity. My creativity hasn’t dried up, it’s just taken a sabbatical. Hopefully, somewhere nice and warm, like the French Riviera. 498 more words


The Night Garden by Lisa Van Allen

The Night Garden: A Novel by Lisa Van Allen

For fans of Sarah Addison Allen, Aimee Bender, and Alice Hoffman, The Night Garden is a luminous novel of love, forgiveness, and the possibilities that arise when you open your heart. 404 more words


So often, men (myself included) overlook what it truly means to be a feminist. We think that being respectful and giving women credit makes use feminist. 249 more words


Can a man be a feminist?

I attended a very strict, very efficient English Grammar School in Cyprus so imagine my delight at suddenly being accepted to study English at an American University, in Chicago. 788 more words