All Blog Posts Tagged 'Women' (113)

To paraphrase Elizabeth Barrett Browning, How do I loathe thee? Let me count the ways – and the number of states falling all over themselves to legislate against women’s right to privacy, reproductiv…

To paraphrase Elizabeth Barrett Browning, How do I loathe thee? Let me count the ways – and the number of states falling all over themselves to legislate against women’s right to privacy, reproductive health care and freedom, and human rights.

But first some history. As the Gutttmacher Institute points out, after the Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade legalized abortion in this country, several states tried to impose strict regulations on abortion…

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Added by Elayne Clift on April 22, 2016 at 1:50pm — No Comments

The State of the Art: Republican Redux and Reproductive Rights

To paraphrase Elizabeth Barrett Browning, How do I loathe thee? Let me count the ways – and the number of states falling all over themselves to legislate against women’s right to privacy, reproductive health care and freedom, and human rights.

But first some history. As the Gutttmacher Institute points out, after the Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade legalized abortion in this country, several states tried to impose strict regulations on abortion…

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Added by Elayne Clift on April 22, 2016 at 1:49pm — No Comments

Author Andrea Amosson to Participate in International Book Fair Hosted in Her Native Chile

March 23, 2016 (Antofagasta, Chile) – Andrea Amosson announced today that she till be traveling to her birthplace of Antofagasta, Chile to participate as a guest author at the sixth annual International Book Fair Zicosur (FILZIC).  The International Book Fair in Antofagasta is an important…

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Added by Kelsey McBride on March 23, 2016 at 12:03pm — No Comments

Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction LongList 2016

Today is International Women's Day, this year the theme is #PledgeForParity and the Baileys Women's Prize certainly does a lot to advance that challenge, with their ambition to bring the best women’s writing and female storytellers to ever-wider audiences.

In selecting the following 20 titles for the…

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Added by Claire McAlpine on March 8, 2016 at 2:24pm — No Comments

Vanessa Kachadurian setting the record straight on history and how great women are

Women have been the backbone of society since history has been written.  When a civilization is attacked by criminal looters performing genocide or there is famine- THE WOMEN have always been a strong force in the survival of their families and communities. 

My neighbors growing up were from the Ukraine, they have suffered much in the last 200 years, starvation destruction of their oil pipeline infrastructure, livelihoods, and schools.  THE WOMEN kept the families fed using brilliant…

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Added by Vanessa Kachadurian on February 9, 2016 at 10:30am — No Comments

From Laura Ingalls and Alicia Florrick to Elizabeth II: literary and historical women as role models

The more time I spend reading, writing, volunteering at the library, and exploring what I want to do with my life, the more I’ve learned that what I read and who I read about has influenced who I am and who I want to be. While I love Dickens, Steinbeck, Fitzgerald, and Shakespeare, my…

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Added by Jenna Sauber on April 12, 2015 at 9:00am — 7 Comments

Interview with Graciela Limón – Author of ‘The Intriguing Life of Ximena Godoy’

Graciela Limón was born in East Los Angeles where her parents settled after immigration from Mexico.  Limón attended public and Catholic schools in the neighborhood and went on to gain an undergraduate (B.A.) degree, followed by an M.A. (Mexico) and Ph.D. (UCLA). All of her studies and research have been in Latin American and U.S. Latina/o Literature.  She…

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Added by Mayra Calvani on April 8, 2015 at 12:01am — No Comments

Poem:Zora Neale Hurston Empowers Women in Stories

Zora, Zora, My Zora 

 

I have been in sorrow’s kitchen and licked out all the pots. Then I have stood on the peaky mountain wrapped in rainbows with a harp and a sword in my hands.” – Zora Neale Hurston

 

She’s genius of literary pen wrapped in metaphors

strung in stories & etched in stone legacy.

 

She gripped her pen creating clusters of characters

whose voices tumble through pistol-loaded sagas of…

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Added by Joyce Evans-Campbell on March 26, 2015 at 5:30pm — No Comments

Bailey's Women's Prize for Fiction Longlist 2015

Twenty books have now been selected that make up the 2015 long list for the Bailey's (previously The Orange) Prize for Fiction. They will be reduced to six on April 13 and the winner announced at the Royal Festival Hall on 3 June 2015.

Previous winners include Eimear…

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Added by Claire McAlpine on March 10, 2015 at 6:00pm — No Comments

Breast Health Matters-Throughout The Year!

Hi Ladies,

Just a gentle reminder to take care of your Breast Health. As a Breast Specialist in Mammography,  I am continually reminded of how necessary our vigilance is as it pertains to our breast health. The battle against breast cancer is not over until we have all obtained the victory. Fight On!

Love yourselves!

Michele J Rolle

Added by Michele J. Rolle on March 1, 2015 at 2:00pm — No Comments

Hobart Book Village Festival of Women Writers Holiday Gift Book Guide

The Hobart Book Village Festival of Women Writers has celebrated the creative work of women authors. We've had a stunning group of participating writers who've read and offered workshops at our annual Festival in the beautiful Western Catskills in Hobart, New York. 

Look over this list of the work…

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Added by Breena Clarke on December 7, 2014 at 4:54am — No Comments

Spotlight is on Lorrie Farrelly today

Women of Murder, Mystery & Mayhem Multi-Author Spotlight Tour: Lorrie Farrelly is featured on my blog today. A WINNING MEDALIST in the 2014 READERS' FAVORITE INTERNATIONAL BOOK AWARDS. A Navy brat and graduate of the University of California, Santa Cruz, LORRIE FARRELLY is proud to be a Fightin' Banana Slug. Following graduate school at Northwestern University, she began a career in education that included teaching art to 4th graders, drama to 8th graders, and…

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Added by Lynelle Clark on November 12, 2014 at 9:58am — No Comments

Freedom

I was introduced to the existence of she writes last August – and I have since then, wished to write something here. Yes, to sow seeds for possible germination into a ‘platform’, but also to hear and to be heard. Like in the lunch sessions sneaking out from our corporate conferences – where we talk of our busy lives and emotional outbreaks at work, or in the community forums – where I lurk in the comfort of my anonymity reading through posts that console me in my struggling moments with…

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Added by Tanushree Ghosh (Tanu) on November 10, 2014 at 1:43pm — 3 Comments

Mammography Monday's Week Four! Throughout The Year!

Mammography Monday’s

Mammography is still the most effective tool in our arsenal in the fight against breast cancer. While screening mammograms will not cure breast cancer, it will position us to stay ahead of the curve in which for most of us is half the battle.

Monday (Week Four)…

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Added by Michele J. Rolle on October 28, 2014 at 7:00pm — No Comments

Mammography Monday's-Week Three! Throughout The Year!

Mammography Monday’s

Mammography is still the most effective tool in our arsenal in the fight against breast cancer. While screening mammograms will not cure breast cancer, it will position us to stay ahead of the curve in which for most of us is half the battle.

Monday (Week Three)

It’s Week Three and if you have not scheduled your Screening Mammogram this is for…

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Added by Michele J. Rolle on October 21, 2014 at 7:00pm — No Comments

Mammography Monday's-Week Two! Throughout The Year!

Happy Mammography Monday!

Mammography Monday's -Week two!

Mammography Monday’s

Every Monday throughout the year I will offer a few tips to help you navigate through the process of having your mammogram.

Mammography is still the most effective tool in our arsenal in the fight against breast cancer. While…

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Added by Michele J. Rolle on October 14, 2014 at 12:00pm — No Comments

Mammography Monday's - Throughout The Year!

Mammography Monday’s 

Every Monday I will offer a few tips to help you navigate through the process of having your mammogram.

Mammography is still the most effective tool in our arsenal in the fight against breast cancer. While screening mammograms will not cure breast cancer, it will position us to stay ahead of the curve in which for most of us is half the battle.…

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Added by Michele J. Rolle on October 14, 2014 at 12:00pm — No Comments

[SWP: BEHIND THE BOOK] A penance. A blessing. A deadline.

In anticipation of writing this blog post for BEHIND THE BOOK, I immediately sat down and wrote a whole craft essay instead. More of a memoir, actually. About waitressing. It really did apply, at least to much of this process. I wrote about being “in the weeds,” an old restaurant workers’ term for being too busy to…

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Added by Nina Gaby on July 14, 2014 at 5:30am — 1 Comment

Being a woman

Being a woman

Do you repent?
Yes I do
Why?
Because I am a woman.
You repent for being a woman?
I repent for being born a woman
In a society
Where love and trust
Are obsolete words.
Where desires find ventilation
In form of rape
Where…
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Added by Sriparna Chatterjee on July 3, 2014 at 3:00am — No Comments

[SWP: BEHIND THE BOOK] Three Seeds of Inspiration

Sometimes inspiration comes when you least expect it. You may not understand its value at the time, but if you are lucky you plant the seed and curiously await the results. That happened to me a few years back, and planting those seeds has made all the difference.

Before I decided to write my debut…

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Added by Carole Bumpus on June 30, 2014 at 6:00am — 9 Comments

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