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The Feminine Occult: A Collection of Women Writers on the Subjects of Spirituality, Mysticism, Magic, Witchcraft, the Kabbalah, Rosicrucian and Hermetic Philosophy, Alchemy, Theosophy, Ancient Wisdom, Esoteric History and Related Lore By Helena P. Blavatsky et al.
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Though often overlooked in the history of western esotericism, women made a strong showing during the nineteenth century occult revival. Notable women such as Madame Blavatsky and Annie Besant... More > certainly stand out, even to this day, as vanguards. This collection is intended not only to showcase some of their writing but demonstrate that women’s involvement in occult publishing isn’t something new. A collection of 18 essays by women writers on the Subjects of Spirituality, Mysticism, Magic, Witchcraft, the Kabbalah, Rosicrucian and Hermetic Philosophy, Alchemy, Theosophy, Ancient Wisdom, Esoteric History and Related Lore.< Less
Women In Literature I - Essays - Part II By Lisa Ray
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2nd part of English 273 for Thomas Nelson Community College - Instructor Lisa Ray.
Defying Civility: Female Writers and Educators in Nineteenth-Century America By Tess Evans
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This work's subject matter consists of nineteenth-century female writers and educators who changed the definition of a civil woman.
P.O.P.: Pissed Off Prompts for Raging Writers By Emi Jean
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In this short and not-so-sweet little book, writer Emi Jean leads you through a humorous yet angst-filled set of writing prompts to inspire to you to think, feel, rage, and laugh while writing... More > creatively on your own terms.< Less
Defying Civility: Female Writers and Educators in Nineteenth-Century America By Tess Evans
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This work is a study about northern women who lived during the Civil War and defied what it meant to be a civil woman.
YOUR BOYFRIEND'S BEST GIRLFRIEND: A Tomboy's Guide To Knowing, Loving And Understanding Men By CM Writer
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What happens when a southern tomboy, who grew up “dating like a dude” only to discover she had daddy issues that hurt the men she was once involved with, suffers heart-break and goes on a... More > journey of self-discovery that guides her into frank discussions with men about parenting, relationships, sex, love, and growing pains? “A Tomboy’s Guide” begins with the back story of a woman who grows up as a tomboy. It delves into both heavy (a story about sexual assault) and light hearted subjects (asking “Who pays for dates?”). Each chapter includes “YBBG LESSONS” that tackle many of the conflicts that men and women face when dealing with each other in a myriad of relationship settings. "CONVERSATIONS" with men from every walk of life, help dispel the negative ways men are normally portrayed. Men open up and show the rawness of emotions they seldom reveal when dealing with relationship issues.< Less
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Tropic of Detroit Writer's Notes, Volume III, by Frank Bond Beaumier By Frank Bond Beaumier
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This is the third volume of Tropic of Detroit, Writer's Notes by Frank Bond Beaumier. Beaumier at his earthy philosophical best describing life and love in Detroit between white Jack Brome and a... More > host of black women.< Less
Sticking to My Footsteps By Femrite Writers
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Sticking to my Footsteps is a collection of new writings – poetry, fiction and life writing – from members of the Femrite Women Writers Association in Kampala, Uganda. The work was... More > brought forward to a series of editorial workshops led by Graham Mort from Lancaster University (UK) in April 2012, where it became the focus for collective debate and development. Following the workshops, an editorial panel was set up from within Femrite to bring the work to finished form. This anthology forms the first publication developed as a collaboration between Femrite and the Centre for Transcultural writing and Research at Lancaster University. It brings forward a range of new and established voices and indicates something of the thematic range, concerns, creative energy and vision developing in Ugandan writing in the early twenty-first century.< Less
The End of the World Writing Party Presents: Women By T.C. De Witt
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A collection of short stories and poems all centered around the theme of WOMEN - strong, powerful, intelligent women. The End of the World Writing Party is a online community of storytellers. This... More > fourth collection of works features various work focusing on WOMEN. What that means to each of the storytellers is unique, and what tales the unfold with their ideas of women is a variety from time travel to a post-apocalyptic wasteland to a village at the brink of World War II. Find the End of the World Writing Party on facebook and join the next collection.< Less

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