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The Woman in Black by Susan Hill

“For I see that then I was still all in a state of innocence, but that innocence, once lost, is lost forever.”

Arthur Kipps is depressed, and quite rightly so as we learn right off the bat that he’s been a widow for 12 years. 442 more words


Story of the Week: To Die For by Connie Fick

To Die For by Connie Fick


There was a picture on the wall of three stone-coloured umbrellas. Spread out under each other, they protected against drops of rain that represented Satan. 2,713 more words

Female Authors

My Times Are In Your Hands . . . .

Most authors yearn to publish their work quickly, early in life.  Publishing, especially in the traditional manner, often bestows credibility, affirmation, and maybe a shot at glory.   344 more words


Three Female Authors Every Nerd Girl Can Be Inspired By

Let’s be real – books are amazing: they are these tiny little packets of dead trees that transport you to another world. Literature has long been a place to explore the weird, taboo, and/or morbid, so it’s not too much of a surprise that they attract an eclectic crowd. 929 more words

Badass Women

The Unsung Gender-Parity Warriors

American Theatre magazine shines a spotlight on gender dis/parity and the mission of the Women’s Voices Theatre Festival.

Dear Hank Wiliams

When I was in the second grade, my teacher read Old Yeller to the class. When she got to the end, she started crying and had to go get Mrs. 528 more words


Up To 26 Percent? That's Funny

The New York Times ran a feature on The Women’s Voices Theatre Festival and why gender disparity in the theatre is an issue that needs strong consideration and forceful change. 22 more words