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Review: Summer Will Show by Sylvia Townsend Warner
Occasionally, I will pick up a library book (and I vow to do this more, post-pandemic). I wanted to review a striking, mostly forgotten novel by 20th-century English author Sylvia Townsend Warner (1893-1978), whose long life spanned almost a century … Continue reading
Posted in creativity and its discontents, LGBT, Reviews, Writing Tagged 20th-century women writers, bisexuality, Communism, feminism, historical fiction, Jewish fiction, lesbian fiction, NYRB, Penguin, relationships between women, revolutionaries, Summer Will Show, Sylvia Townsend Warner, Valentine Ackland, women in love Leave a comment
November seems like a good month for a promotion, so with that in mind my recently published memoir It’s Not You, It’s Me will be free for three days starting tomorrow. (Nov. 10–12) And just so it won’t be lonely, … Continue reading
Time of Grace Preorder and Cover Reveal
Last month I did an in-depth Q&A over at Smashwords. I really enjoyed putting some of my thoughts down about the writing process, self-publishing matters, and upcoming books. I keep adding to the interview—feel free to check it out here! … Continue reading
I found Alana Munro’s Women Behaving Badly: Exposing the Truth about Female Friendship (Kindle, .99) on a site called something like Kindle Books and Tips, and I downloaded the sample. Honestly, I wasn’t expecting the book to be as focused … Continue reading
Review: Mrs. Woolf and the Servants
When I read Virginia Woolf‘s Diaries (an experience I recommend to any writer) back in 2011 I remember thinking what horrible bosses she and Leonard were to their hapless, underpaid employees at the Hogarth Press, which they ran out of … Continue reading
Posted in Reviews, Writing Tagged Alison LIght, Bloomsbury Group, class, England, female servants, hyde park gate, intimacy, relationships between women, sexuality, Virginia Woolf, women, writers Leave a comment