You Too Can Have a Body Like Mine, I Love You But I've Chosen Darkness, The Book of Form and Emptiness, Collected Stories by Shirley Hazzard, Harrow, Fire Is Not A Country.
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A note on #readingwomen–and other underrepresented authors
As noted, I am a fan of the push to #readwomen2014. Now that VIDA has released their Count for 2013 (a breakdown of how many male or female writers are published or reviewed by leading literary publications), it's clear that calling for change in concrete terms (such as quantity of reviews and reviewers) can indeed be effective, and… Continue reading A note on #readingwomen–and other underrepresented authors
Books by women I’ve read in 2013
At Flavorwire, Lilit Marcus explains why she only read books by women in 2013: I’m a writer. When my book, Save the Assistants, came out in 2011, all I wanted was for other people to read it. So it seemed only logical to repay the favor. Most of my favorite writers – Iris Murdoch, Willa Cather,… Continue reading Books by women I’ve read in 2013