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The beginning of new adventures

Dear CALYX followers,

The end of my internship at CALYX has come, and it feels both strange and exciting to know that a new chapter of my life in the United States has begun. 381 more words

CALYX Interns

Director's Blog

7/19/10 Anniversary of Seneca Falls—The First US Women’s Rights Convention with Elizabeth Cady Stanton

Summer is finally official here in the great Northwest where we had clouds and rain well into the end of June but now have sunny days and even some heat. 442 more words


Staff Pick of the Week

Thank you to all for the great response on our first pick of the week: The Violet Shyness of Their Eyes: Notes from Nepal. As many of you know, CALYX’s mission is to provide the finest art and literature by women to a wide audience.  130 more words


Staff Pick of the Week

The Violet Shyness of Their Eyes: Notes from Nepal

Revised edition, 2005, by Barbara J. Scot

Pacific Northwest Bookseller Award

The Violet Shyness of Their Eyes: Notes from Nepal… 120 more words


Feminism Friday: Learn from the Past, Don't Leave it Behind

For Feminism Friday, there is an issue that has been on my mind, and that I will begin to discuss here. If you have thoughts to share, comment. 478 more words


Feminism Friday: Staying True to Values in a Scary World

We’ve taken note that some of the awesome feminist blogs out there have been taking part in Feminism Friday, originated by Thinking Girl. We’ve decided to try to take part as often as we can and would encourage other feminist-minded bloggers to do the same! 252 more words


Get to Know the CALYX Board: Cynthia Spencer

Hi all,
I’ve been on the Board about 6 years, having been recruited by retired Oregon State Business Professor Mary Alice Seville—one of those quiet, behind the scenes women who does a TON for our local community. 148 more words