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Fiction X

The Ballad of Lisa and Lacey (Part X)
(for Part IX click here)

But that was the problem.  Plagued with good intentions, Lacey had decided to do the right thing and everything had gone to hell from there.  367 more words

Fiction

Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz Read-Along

Dear Common Readers,

You are enthusiastically invited to join Juliana of the garden and me in a read-along of Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz: Selected Works… 297 more words

Women's Literature

Fiction IX

The Ballad of Lisa and Lacey (Part IX)
(for Part VIII click here)

And they went to Rome like two pilgrims looking for a private eternity.  971 more words

Fiction

Holding Out For a Hero

When it comes to heroes in women’s literature popular types do exist.  I wonder if this is because they really reflect women’s fantasies or whether it’s just because society thinks they do.   487 more words

Writing

Nine (and More) Earthly Muses: "Classical Women Poets"

Corinna, Telesilla, Praxilla, Erinna, Moero, Anyte, Nossis, Sappho, Hedyle,  Melinno, Sulpicia, Sulpicia the Satirist, Julia Balbilla, Proba, and Eudocia. These are the poets included in the small anthology… 1,180 more words

Women's Literature

Menna van Praag's "Dress Shop of Dreams"

First off, I would like to state that I recently finished another one of van Praag’s novels for an advance review from Netgalley called The Witches of Cambridge… 491 more words

Books

Fiction VIII

The Ballad of Lisa and Lacey (Part VIII)
(for Part VII click here)

            The next day felt different.  It was different.  There was something in the morning light that was — was — Lacey didn’t know… 537 more words

Fiction