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My Top 5 of Literature’s Favourite Feminists 

There’s no better way to be inspired, get educated and feel impassioned than by reading a good book.

Here are just a few female heroines Simone de Beauvoir would so be proud of. 432 more words


Cryptozoic and Warner Bros. Consumer Products Announce Release of DC Pumps


Cryptozoic and Warner Bros. Consumer Products Announce Release of DC Pumps

By Shahriar Fouladi

Cryptozoic and Warner Bros. 267 more words


Review: The Princess Thieves (New Century)

The Princess Thieves (New Century) By Alexander Shaw

So after my mammoth effort of a few weeks ago I needed a break before I read anything else! 811 more words

Book Review

Tokoyo, The Samurai's Daughter Review

An adventurous girl!

Most noble-born girls of Tokoyo’s age learn to sing, paint, and write poetry.

Not Tokoyo.

She’s the daughter of a samurai in fourteenth century Japan, Tokoyo’s father trains her in the martial arts. 376 more words


The end of the world, and superheroes

It’s been quite a while since my last confession… no, since someone else’s confession, meaning me inviting another writer over to spill all their secrets in reply to my silly questions, so I thought I might let C H Clepitt have another go. 833 more words

Author Interviews

Empire - an unorthodox Chola heroine

Reading it just after Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni’s “Palace of Illusions”, I can’t help but contrast the two stories, with a woman at the center stage. In the former, Draupadi – a queen born in a divine manner – remains an object, using her feminine charms to suit her ends but never in control of her fate. 782 more words