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by Shana Thornton In the summer of 2009, a poetic correspondence occurred between two women over the course of three wee...
by Shana Thornton Anne Rochon Ford discusses the collection of essays in the book The Push to Prescribe: Women & Ca...
Part II of our spotlight on Karen Harrington, author of Janeology “There’s a collective denial even when mothers com...
Part I of a two-part spotlight on author and Her Circle blogger Karen Harrington about her writing passions, motherhood ...
by Shannon K. Winston Peg Boyers’s recent book, Honey with Tobacco, is a refreshing collection of poetry that grap...
Persian Girls is the memoir of Iranian-American author Nahid Rachlin. Bestowed upon her widowed and childless aunt as a ...
by Misty K. Ericson In The Birth House, author Ami McKay tells the story of Dora Rare, a young woman growing up in early...
In 1977 The Women’s Room sparked controversy and forever altered the consciousness of a generation of women. Now, ...
by Diane Leon Ferdico Most people travel with a laptop and cell phone to stay connected to the world. Not so with artist...
by Misty K. Ericson As the flame dims and extinguishes over the lights of so many of our founding mothers these days, it...