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The Imaginary by A.F. Harrold

(recommended by Kelsey)

The Imaginary by A.F. Harrold, with illustrations by Emily Gravett, is destined to become a 21st century classic. 334 more words

Review: The American Lady (The Glassblower Trilogy #2)

Book Title: The American Lady (The Glassblower Trilogy #2)

Book Author: Petra Durst-Benning

Book Rating: ☆☆☆ (3 out of 5 stars)

Synopsis: “Tempestuous and beautiful Wanda Miles, daughter of Ruth and Stephen Miles (or so she thinks), aspires to more than the life of a debutante, but the trouble is she doesn’t know precisely what she wants. 690 more words

Book Review

Poem of the Week: Fifty Shades of Corruption

DISCLAIMER: The following poem is dedicated to everyone who has grown sick and tired of all the attention that the book Fifty Shades of Grey… 1,354 more words


World of Women

I grew up in a world of women. As a little girl, I was surrounded by my cousins and aunts and my mother’s close-knit group of college friends. 435 more words


EVENT - Bristol Literature Festival!

The Bristol Women’s Literature Festival returns for 2015

Some of the literary scene’s brightest stars are arriving in Bristol to join a unique festival that celebrates women’s writing. 734 more words


"In Autumn" by Disabled Female Poet Yu Xiuhua

In early February 2015, Guangxi Normal University Press published a collection of Yu Xiuhua’s poems in its “Utopia” book series, just few weeks after netizens discovering this disabled female poet living in a village of South Central China. 257 more words

Chinese Literature

More Shameless Self-Promotion

Just like the title says, it’s time for more shameless self-promotion of my work, this time poetry (wouldn’t Braggi be proud). Two of my poems were featured in digital magazine Fabulously Feminist (which some of you may recognize from the Blogroll). 99 more words