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Spotlight​: Marianela Medrano

Hobart Festival of Women Writers welcomes the return of

Marianela Medrano

A founding Participating Writer of Festival of Women Writers, Marianela Medrano is a Dominican writer and psychotherapist. 507 more words


The Island Villa

The Island Villa

by Lily Graham

A story of two sisters, living in a time of fear and betrayal, and rumours of a stranger on the island. 572 more words


Spotlight: Annie Finch

 Hobart Festival of Women Writers is over the moon to welcome Annie Finch as a Participating Writer for Festival 2018. 

Named “one of the central figures in contemporary American poetry” by the… 1,285 more words


How Do You Like Me Now? - Holly Bourne

*I received a free copy of this book via NetGalley.  The decision to review and my opinions are my own.*

Blurb:  ‘Turning thirty is like playing musical chairs. 540 more words


Spotlight: LaShonda Katrice Barnett

Hobart Festival of Women Writers is happy to welcome again LaShonda Katrice Barnett as a ParticipatingWriters for 2018

LaShonda Katrice Barnett’s debut novel Jam on the Vine… 421 more words


MEXICO: Arde Josefina - Luisa Reyes Retana

“Salen los vecinos corriendo, tapándose las caras y gritando. Escucho sirenas a lo lejos. Se desencadena el caos. La calle está alborotada. A lo lejos veo a Juan corriendo, buscándome entre la gente.

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