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Creative Motherhood: A Social Issue

Creative Motherhood: A Social Issue

Creative motherhood offers a vast array of obstacles. Like everything else, cultural and societal expectations complicate an already difficult balance, while double standards abound. I do not guarantee my that my thoughts on this topic will be coherent, well-considered, or […]

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The Bone Doll’s Twin by Lynn Flewelling: Anxiety Ink Book Club

I have to start by saying sorry. Sorry for picking a long book and sorry for picking a series. At least it’s an excellent read and it’s book one. That said, I stand by my selection because I had a blast […]

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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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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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Notes on Talking and Writing Diversity from a Newbie

Notes on Talking and Writing Diversity from a Newbie

I know privilege conversations can be difficult, and I know that to say I’m not trying to be political by bringing up privilege would be a lie. However, I am able to look at my privilege and that of others […]

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I Love You Lara Croft, But I Don’t Want My Female Characters to Be Like You

Lara Croft Tomb Raider: Cradle of Life came on TV the other night, and because it was Friday, and TV sucks on Friday, my parents and I watched it. It doesn’t hurt that it’s awesomely entertaining. The first Lara Croft […]

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