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Tiny Bits of Magic: Holly Karlsson and Unusual Diction

A couple months ago I got an email from a woman who saw the Coven Book Club emblem and wondered if she could get in touch with the artist. 1,378 more words

Women Writers

A Nobel laureate's views on women's stories

Women tell things in more interesting ways. They live with more feeling. They observe themselves and their lives. Men are more impressed with action. For them, the sequence is more important.

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Writing Blog

Watch Nicki Minaj Deliver a Powerful Reading of Maya Angelou's 'Still I Rise'

Nicki Minaj offered an inspiring rendition of Maya Angelou’s “Still I Rise” at A&E Network’s Wednesday night benefit concert, Shining A Light: A Concert for Progress on Race in America. 102 more words

We'll Always Have Pomerania

‘November 11th.—When the gray November weather came, and hung its soft dark clouds low and unbroken over the brown of the ploughed fields and the vivid emerald of the stretches of winter corn, the heavy stillness weighed my heart down to a forlorn yearning after the pleasant things of childhood, the petting, the comforting, the warming faith in the unfailing wisdom of elders.
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Literature, Writing

Cuban Women Are Finally Being Published in the US

By Ilana Masad

After years of being unable to buy or teach Cuban women’s books in the United States, Dr. Sara Cooper decided to start translating and publishing them herself. 214 more words
CSU Chico

[Review]: The Search for Susu

Rating: 5 cups of tea

I love a comeback story.  A comeback story involving a woman in academia?  Even better.  I myself have experienced the fall from grace which can happen when one goes from being top of the class to the black sheep.   231 more words

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The Diviners: An Audiobook Recommendation

I’m not typically a huge audiobook fan. However, I’ve been getting into podcasts more lately, so I decided to give audiobooks from the library another shot. 841 more words