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WomanSpeak, A Journal of Writing and Art by Caribbean Women, Volume 8, 2016 By Lynn Sweeting
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WomanSpeak, A Journal of Writing and Art by Caribbean Women, is devoted to nurturing the creativity of contemporary Caribbean women writers and artists, to providing a forum that amplifies their... More > voices, and preserves their work for future audiences. This new issue, Volume 8/2016, is especially themed, "Letters to the Granddaughtes: Conjuring the Caribbean Women Writers of the Future." New work by 27 writers and artists are collected in this new issue, including internationally recognized authors and painters, and some new voices as well. Their works are about love, pain, survival, migration, loss, justice, hope, resistance, transformation, truth-telling, and the importance of remembering and recording the stories of our lives so that the granddaughters, i.e., the coming generations of Caribbean women writers and artists, can take us with them into the future.< Less
How to Make Women Happy: Uninvent Patriarchal Dogma and Male Pretentiousness By DL Mullan
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Sometimes when a man writes an editorial about how women would be happier in life in the kitchen instead of finding self-fulfillment, the writer in me has to respond. Then the woman in me too has... More > her say.< Less
WomanSpeak, A Journal of Literature and Art by Caribbean Women, Vol. 6, 2012 By Lynn Sweeting
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WomanSpeak, A Journal of Literature and Art by Caribbean Women, Vol. 6, 2012, edited by Lynn Sweeting, brings together 25 women writers, poets and painters of the Caribbean in a new collection... More > especially themed, Women Speaking for the Earth. Featuring the work of acclaimed writers and new voices, this journal is a must read for all who love women's literature and art, and for all who love and honour the Earth and are committed to her restoration and protection in these difficult times.< Less
WomanSpeak, A Journal of Writing and Art by Caribbean Women, Vol. 9 2018 By Lynn Sweeting
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Volume 9 of "WomanSpeak Journal of Writing and Art by Caribbean Women" is a collection of new creative work by nineteen women writers and artists in and of the Caribbean. This is a slim... More > volume of poetry, short stories, fairy tales, essays and art that every island woman writer should have on her book shelf. This anthology includes writing by internationally recognized authors, rising stars, award winners, and new voices publishing for the first time. The writers conjure myths and fairy tales for our generation, evoke ancient goddesses, sing praises for our grandmothers and island women who've survived the hurricanes; as if to say to another in turn, I will tell you a story, I will tell you what happened, I will tell you what I dreamed, I will tell you what I remember, I will tell you what I imagine.< Less
GHOST WRITER: Mary Ludlam Scudder: Silent for 300 Years, She Returns to Tell Her Story By Phyllis Rowland
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Mary Ludlam, a young Puritan child of the 17th Century, leaves Matlock, England, and sails to the New World with her family. Here, under the strict Mosaic Law enforced by the Puritan government,... More > women are subservient to men. Mary's uncle warns her to guard her tongue, lest she face the gallows, accused of being either a heretic or a witch. When Mary is seventeen she marries Thom Scudder who is delighted by Mary’s wit and wisdom and is pleased to give her unusual freedom for the time. On her husband’s deathbed, she promises to write the story of the struggles and tragedies she has faced, as well as the joy she has found in her husband and family. Thom says,“That is God’s purpose for you, Mary, so others may gain courage by your example.” Not until 300 years later does she find a way to complete her task.< Less
WomanSpeak, A Journal of Writing and Art by Caribbean Women, Vol.7/2014 By Lynn Sweeting
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WomanSpeak, A Journal of Writing and Art by Caribbean Women, Vol.7, 2014, edited by Lynn Sweeting, brings together 30 contemporary women writers and painters of the Caribbean in a new collection... More > especially themed, “Voices of Dissent: Writing and Art to Transform the Culture.”  Includes works by Opal Palmer Adisa, Lelawattee Manoo Rahming, Vahni Capildeo, Althea Romeo-Mark, Marion Bethel, Danielle Boodoo-Fortune, Sonia Farmer, Angelique V. Nixon and more. Founded in the nineties in The Bahamas, revived in 2011, WomanSpeak is the Little Journal That Could, in the beginning Sweeting’s personal labor of love, growing now into an international literary journal with a Caribbean focus. A must read for women writers and painters everywhere, as well as students of women’s studies and those who love women’s writing and art.< Less
Be the Change By Bay Path Student Writers
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A butterfly flapping its wings can change the path of a hurricane. Although this insect is small, it has the ability to completely change our surroundings through this powerful action all on its own.... More > This is similar to how students in this Intercultural Communication class are working to change the world through their writings. Every student comes from a different background and has values and beliefs that are very special to them. For some, they fight for the Black Lives Matter Movement, while others focus on women’s rights, Islamophobia, or youth violence in communities across the United States. Each writer takes the reader into their world and encourages the audience to become part of the change that is needed in our world. These writers hope their words will speak to the readers and encourage them to think deeper about the challenges they face each day .< Less
the midnight sky and the silent stars: Five New Plays by Women By EM Lewis et al.
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5 of the US's top female writers remix 5 classical plays by women. No Holds Barred in this volume from the 2011 Alcyone Festival at Halcyon Theatre in Chicago. Botoxed hipsters, invented savages,... More > missing nuns, love’s treason and Harriet Tubman—these plays put a new spin on overlooked classics. Featuring new works by: J. Nicole Brooks, Jennifer Fawcett, EM Lewis, Coya Paz and Caridad Svich< Less
Poison Pens & Evil Women - Two Novels of Female Dominance - Volume One By Clare Penne & Miss Irene Clearmont
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The first volume of FDC's collection of femdom novels from female writers contains two stories from the glorious Miss Irene Clearmont and the ever perverse and sophisticated Clare Penne. Erotic... More > horror is the order of the day in Miss Irene's "Succubus", while "A property Baroness" by Ms Penne describes a successful and wealthy man's fall to gender re-alignment and slavery at the hands of a beautiful but not to be denied businesswoman. CONTAINS EXPLICIT ADULT MATERIAL< Less
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