Episode 15 of LFTRR Examines Kickass Female Characters in Three Novels
What do contemporay novels A SECRET WOMAN, THE SILVER GIRL, and DETHRONED have in common? Each prominently features strong female characters.
James J. Patterson extends his string of excellent episodes concerning women writers of literature. On this, the fifteenth(!) episode of LFTRR, he looks at three contemporary novels dear to his heart, all of which feature strong-willed female characters.
In her latest review column, Rose Solari tackles the selected poetry of two stalwarts of American letters, Lucille Clifton and Henry Taylor. Solari looks at the continuing legacy of the late Clifton and a Taylor who has chosen the Winnebago over the academy.
The unique literary blog from writer Jeanne Griggs features Solari’s “Somewhere Between Four and Five A.M.”
Poet, Elizabeth Hazen, is featured alongside other notable names in the Baltimore literary scene such as Dora Malech and Steven Leyva in this extolling article from Baltimore Fishbowl writer Jennie Hann.