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.
Grace Cavalieri on Fred Rogers Won’t You Be My Neighbor is a new documentary focusing on the life and career of everyone’s favorite friend and TV personality, Fred Rogers, AKA Mr. Rogers. For an op-ed about the still rippling cultural impact of Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood which ran for over 40 years, Kathi Wolfe turned to Grace Cavalieri who […]
Richard Peabody Reads “I’m in Love with the Morton Salt Girl” Peabody’s aesthetic is all-embracing – strands of punk, beat, experimental, feminist, and political protest literary influences blend with the purely romantic to create a body of work that is both profound and pleasing. Eckleburg Book Club Morton Salt Girl is original Peabody. Creative, daring, and […]
Featured Audio: “The Last Girl,” a poem by Rose Solari Rose’s voice is as much a part of the journey as the text. Her understanding of (and love for) the music within language is entrancing-haunting, and delightful. It moves me like love itself. Reuben Jackson “The Last Girl” by Rose Solari, appearing in her newest collection […]