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Ayn Rand - Objectivism - My own thoughts {in progress}

My husband grew up under communism and he has no sentimental memories of the time. Every morning he and his father would take it in turns to stand in 2 hour long queues at 4 am to collect his family’s daily ration of milk and monthly ration of frozen meat. 1,321 more words

"The Architecture of Loss" by Z.P. Dala

          “I am a poor girl. I was born into a world of cheap. Food that is picked from the fields outside your door is the tastiest food you will ever eat. 832 more words

Reading

Top Ten Tuesday: Intersectional Feminism 101

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly bookish meme created by The Broke and the Bookish blog.

This week’s topic is: Back to School related, so I decided to create a list for an  1,139 more words

Books

One more month for submissions!

Summer’s drawing to a close, but as we approach the autmnal equinox, the thought foremost in our minds here at QuillsEdge Press is that there’s only one more month for submissions to… 171 more words

Poetry

Furrowed Middlebrow

I’m sure that a lot of you are already familiar with Furrowed Middlebrow‘s fantastic and comprehensive ‘British Women Writers of Fiction, 1910-1960’ list ( 1,046 more words

#SummerHours Memoirs: Mellini Kantayya

Goodbye, winter caps—hello, summer hats! It’s that glorious time of year where many of us can switch from content creators to content consumers. NYWIFT members Mellini Kantayya and Kathryn O’Kane have put together #SummerHours, a series of fun summer books, movies, and TV shows by or about women. 150 more words

Women In Film

The Ballroom by Anna Hope

1911: Inside an asylum at the edge of the Yorkshire moors, where men and women are kept apart

by high walls and barred windows,

there is a ballroom vast and beautiful.

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