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Despatches from the Frontiers of the Female Mind (1985) ed. by Jen Green and Sarah Lefanu

From the cheesy cover to the confining title, it’s no wonder few have read Despatches from the Frontiers of the Female Mind, edited by Jen Green and Sarah Lefanu.  1,351 more words

Science Fiction

A Door Into Ocean - Joan Slonczewski (1986)

‘From the ocean world of Shora, Merwen the Impatient and Usha the Inconsiderate travel to Valedon, the world of stone. The Valans view with suspicion the ancient female race of Shora: with their webbed fingers, their withdrawal into ‘whitetrance’ and their marvellous arts of healing. 845 more words

1980s

Creative non-fiction – "Dear Tom"

Was out at Amsterdam Bicycle Club last night for another inspiring evening of poetry and spoken word at Lizzie Violet’s Poetry Open Mic, featuring Banoo Zan… 817 more words

Spoken Word

Contributions of local women to be celebrated at awards

No woman in Nashwa Khan’s family ever went to university, including her aunts and uncles. A science student at McMaster University, Khan’s mother has never completed high school, let alone pursued a diploma. 7 more words

Published Work

Hargitai’s: Home to tasty crêpes

Many think of thin, light crêpes as a French delicacy, available only in luxurious Parisian restaurants. But for Maria Branigan, it is a snack close to home. 28 more words

Published Work

Zahra Abdalla> We long for peace in Somalia

We long for peace in Somalia

BY ZAHRA ABDALLA  March 14, 2013
MINNESOTA WOMEN’S PRESS via TCDailyPlanet.net

Lack of peace has affected the lives of my family and friends. 538 more words

Military Madness