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Tough to Tackle Reads: The Tenant of Wildfell Hall by Anne Brontë

Tough to Tackle Reads: The Tenant of Wildfell Hall by Anne Brontë

I want to start this post with an apology. I try to do my Tough to Tackle Reads segment quarterly and I fell extremely behind with this one. Basically, it came down to bad time management. That said, I’ll get […]

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Women Writing Events: a Reaction

Women Writing Events: a Reaction

Okay, so, you’ve heard all about my undying love for Sirens. While I love Sirens, I’m finding more and more issues with women writing events. This last week, I went to a local writing festival’s women writing event. The event […]

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A Legacy of Female Artists

A Legacy of Female Artists

I promised that I would return to Negotiating with the Dead, didn’t I? It has thoroughly attached itself to my brain and I couldn’t be more pleased as I continue to read. Halfway through, one aspect that the text is […]

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Intersectionalism

Intersectionalism

This week has been a thoughtful one for me. While I have been bogged down with quite a few stressors and uplifted by the adoption of two kittens (:o!), I have been reading quite a few pieces on the Internet […]

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Ask An Editor: What submissions do I want in my slushpile?

Ask An Editor: What submissions do I want in my slushpile?

This is one of, if not the most, asked questions agents and editors get. What do you want in your inbox?! What submissions do you want to see more of in your slushpile? And I bet you’re expecting me to […]

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Confession: I Am A Sexist Reader

Confession: I Am A Sexist Reader

It wasn’t until college that I began to see articles bemoaning a lack of female authors in fantasy and science fiction. My reaction: . . . Really? This was around the same time I had begun to realize I gravitated […]

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