Monthly Archives: March 2016

Women Writers Reading: Teresa LaBella Reads Mary Carter

London from My Windows starts out strong with snappy dialogue, colorful, compelling characters, and the page-turning promise of sensitive insight on how society unfairly judges people with invisible disabilities. Ava Wilder withdraws from the world when the father she adores … Continue reading

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Shaping the World: An Interview with Toi Derricotte

Toi Derricotte is the author of The Undertaker’s Daughter and four earlier collections of poetry, including Tender, winner of the 1998 Paterson Poetry Prize. Her literary memoir, The Black Notebooks, received the 1998 Anisfield-Wolf Book Award for Non-Fiction and was … Continue reading

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