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Tori Grant-Welhouse reviews Gloss by Ida Stewart: "There is an expression that you are the place you come from. This is ...
Metta Sáma reviews Amy King’s I Want to Make You Safe: "King’s book is not quiet; hers is an aesthetics of sound fr...
Kylie Grant reviews Emma Henderson's debut novel, "Grace Williams Says It Loud": "it is a brave book and one that plays ...
Metta Sáma reviews Marie-Elizabeth Mali's "Steady, My Gaze": "Mali’s poems are deceitful: sizzling and quiet, brash a...
Tori Grant-Welhouse reviews Kelle Groom's memoir, "I Wore the Ocean in the Shape of a Girl": "Her life, as she tells it,...
By the 1970s, the second wave feminist movement was well underway. Yet many Canadian newsrooms remained boys clubs, with...
As a warning for a future in which women lose the right to control their bodies, When She Woke is a solid contribution t...
Shana Thornton reviews Who Is Ana Mendieta? (Feminist Press, 2011) by Christine Redfern and Caro Caron: "We see the oppr...
Melissa Corliss DeLorenzo reviews Margot Mifflin's book, "The Blue Tattoo: The Life of Olive Oatman." In the review, Cor...
Val B. Russell reviews Solitaria, by Genni Gunn, a novel "with an earthy, lusty, almost ancient tone that lingers l...
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...
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...