Transgressive Women: How Bad Covers And Sexism Threaten All Of Literature

Column by Jack Joslin August 9, 2012
An examination of the poor handling of great female writers stems from questioning one's own ignorance: Why the hell do I never read books by women?
Resurfacing: An Interview with Lidia Yuknavitch

Resurfacing: An Interview with Lidia Yuknavitch on Writing, Teaching, and Bringing Dark Secrets to Light

July 25, 2012
Lidia Yuknavitch, author of 'The Chronology of Water' and 'Dora: A Headcase', talks about the progression from memoir to fiction and exploring the boundaries of self in a technological age.

Blue is For Boys, Orange Is For Girls

Column by Cath Murphy March 12, 2012
The Orange long list, announced on March 8th, aims to promote women writers. But does it? And shouldn't female authors be ready to take on the men?