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Literary Luminaries: Beards, Vaginas and the Avant-Garde Novelist – Part II

In Part II of her two-part essay, Sam Mills ponders why female avant-garde novelists are not as celebrated as their male counterparts. Continue reading

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Gender, Genius, Genesis & James Woods

Why is it so much more difficult to make a list of the smartest women than the smartest men? Continue reading

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Beating a Manly Retreat

Sometimes a man needs an outbuilding. Continue reading

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