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Ellen Agger, one of the founders of the fair trade social enterprise, TAMMACHAT Natural Textiles, talks with Shana Thornton about ...
In this One World Café podcast, Shana Thornton talks with Claire Hart about reshaping memories, strong female characters, militar...
Photojournalist Paola Gianturco's book Grandmother Power: A Global Phenomenon is a tribute to the lives of grandmothers from five ...
Deborah Scroggins’ nonfiction book Wanted Women: Faith, Lies & the War on Terror: The Lives of Ayaan Hirsi Ali & A...
Shana Thornton looks at the politics of suffering within three women's autobiographies—Isabel Allende's Paula, Terry Tempest Wil...
Eva Stachniak discusses women in 18th-century Russian leadership and the research that went into her new novel, The Winter Palace....
The 2011 documentary film, Miss Representation directed by Jennifer Siebel Newsom, pushes for media accountability concerning the ...
Shana Thornton writes about the planning involved in her second NaNoWriMo, and how that has made the writing experience more enjoy...
Shana Thornton reviews Who Is Ana Mendieta? (Feminist Press, 2011) by Christine Redfern and Caro Caron: "We see the oppression and...
Shana Thornton interviews artist and Fulbright Scholar Siona Benjamin about her "Finding Home" series: "Benjamin said that when sh...
Rabbi Andrea Myers, author of The Choosing: A Rabbi's Journey from Silent Nights to High Holy Days (Rutgers University Press, 2011...
Shana Thornton interviews Sandra Beasley about her new memoir and cultural history of food allergies, Don’t Kill the Birthday Gi...
Shana Thornton writes about women in literary groups, finding an abundance of women participants as well as a broad spectrum of di...
Do you create vivid sketches of characters and then lose interest over time? Music can be a useful tool in character development, ...
Videos from Tennessee Women Writers Literary Reading for International Women's Day. Readers for the evening were Mitzi Cross, Kim ...