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Abby Bernhardt 4h
I didn’t need a new book to read for “fun”, but I’ll have one on Monday!
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FutureWorldCen 10h
Fact & fiction book site:I condemn human lack of I offer this solution says author
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Anne Boyd Rioux Aug 22
The August Bluestocking Bulletin is here with a profile of Janet Flanner, news, and news from my summer in France.-
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#womenintranslation Aug 22
Send in your nominations today!!! The deadline is right around the corner - August 25th! And don't forget to share with fellow readers who might also want to have their say in building this new, feminist, diverse canon.
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JodyScott lit estate Aug 23
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JacquiWine 11h
Remembering , in 1890, thoughts on her novella, ‘Voyage in the Dark’, a masterpiece in miniature.
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Marie Aug 23
“She herself is a haunted house. She does not possess herself; her ancestors sometimes come and peer out of the windows of her eyes...” Angela Carter
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Jana Kerremans Aug 22
“I have somehow become a woman who yells” - You had me at the very first sentence at the very first page, Lauren Groff. Loved your pulsing, swampy, neo magic realist, dystopian and utterly visceral, smart, and aware “Florida” 🖤
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Dr Maria Deiana 24h
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JodyScott lit estate 22h
"A riproaringly magnificent time…" -Neil Gaiman  
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JacquiWine Aug 23
Some thoughts on ‘Odd Girl Out’ by Elizabeth Jane Howard, a 1970s love triangle with a twist!
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Billy Mills Aug 23
Read 101 Irish Women Poets from the 17th to the early 20th centuries – Elliptical Movements
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Russian Library Aug 21
"Funny and enraging, moving and deeply felt" - on KLOTSVOG by Margarita Khemlin, translated by Lisa C. Hayden ()
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JodyScott lit estate Aug 21
all at once she saw a big gigantic spoon begin to drop towards her. It was terrifying! Her little arms and legs flashed wildly.. FREE JS
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Tina Kover Aug 20
Wow, two Kirkus stars! These sound like a must-read.
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JacquiWine Aug 20
Thoughts on ‘Odd Girl Out’ by , a novel of sexual attraction and secret relationships. I’m a bit hit-and-miss when it comes to EJH’s work, but this was a winner for me.
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Giulia de Gregorio Listo Aug 19
Hey My collection is just waiting for a chance to be on your shelf so give it a new, loving home before is over!😊 Paperback & e-book:
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Sarah Aug 19
On the strength of recommendations from & , I am Vernon Subutex One by Virginie Despentes trans. Frank Wynne. I've also found a playlist to go with it. Happy days!
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#womenintranslation Aug 19
Replying to @Read_WIT
5. Please keep sharing! The more readers have their say, the more the list represents our collective love. Even if you've only ever read and loved one book by a woman writing in a language other than English, PLEASE SHARE THAT LOVE. Your voice matters!
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JodyScott lit estate Aug 18
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