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In the time between Anne Marie Slaughter’s article in the July/August 2012 issue of The Atlantic and now, it seems she...
Marina DelVecchio explores how playwright Paula Vogel applies the object/subject binary of women's otherness to her work...
Kate examines the fashion industry's latest trend of using male-to-female transgendered individuals as runway models: "W...
Terri shares a questionnaire to help you decide the best means of publication based on your work and creative preference...
Kate takes a close look at the gun control debate in the USA in the wake of the most recent school shooting and discusse...
I recently interviewed Deborah Levy, author of Swimming Home, for BookBrowse. The book was rejected by mainstream publis...
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Jyl says goodbye to The Writer's Life as one of our regular bloggers. "I’m leaving the life of a blogger with a sense ...
Kate takes a hard look at Holiday gift-buying and giving in our consumerist culture.
Amy remembers Jake Adam York, the Civil Rights poet characterized as a “responsible poet of Whiteness.”
Kristin Berkey-Abbott thinks about hope in the face of despair, creativity to combat the leanings toward apocalypse: "Th...
Kate examines the ways we deal with sexual maturity with our children in the context of David Bells' novel Cemetery Girl...
Marina DelVecchio examines feminist Adrienne Rich's "Politics of Location," a necessary step of awareness required of al...