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"'Sacrifice everything' we would write on our apartment walls..." wrote Diane di Prima, prolific Beat Generation writer....
Lourdes Acevedo writes a tribute poem for ruth weiss. Lourdes first read her poem at The Poetry Festival in San Francisc...
Lourdes Acevedo writes about being present for poetry and literary events in San Francisco furthering social change and ...
Allison Moon discusses self-publsihing as an act of Feminism and why she chose self-publishing over the traditional rout...
Melissa Corliss DeLorenzo reviews Margot Mifflin's book, "The Blue Tattoo: The Life of Olive Oatman." In the review, Cor...
As a second part to her feature on The Help, Mayra David writes about the global impact of racial stereotypes in America...
In our culture, "witches" are often friendly and cartoonish, but in different times and distant countries, to be a witch...
Val B. Russell reviews Solitaria, by Genni Gunn, a novel "with an earthy, lusty, almost ancient tone that lingers l...
Mayra David writes about The Help and the history of the Mammy stereotype in American film: "Yes, the image of an Africa...
Laura Delaplain reviews Nancy Kilgore's newly-released first novel, Sea Level, about the first female minister in a rura...
Wendy Jones Nakanishi reviews The Beautiful One Has Come, a collection of short stories by Suzanne Kamata: "Certain them...
Lourdes Acevedo writes about Musine Kokalari and the fear surrounding freedom to write. Who was Musine Kokalari, and wha...
Melissa Corliss DeLorenzo reviews Ellen Meeropol's debut novel, House Arrest. In the review, Corliss DeLorenzo writes: "...
LouAnn Muhm reviews Deborah Digges' final poetry collection, The Wind Blows Through the Doors of My Heart. Muhm writes i...