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.
The People, an alternative indie-publishing canon, by Richard Peabody In March of 1980, Michael Martone did something extraordinary — inviting a motley crew of indie press folks up to Johns Hopkins University. Martone, a student at the Sems, had begun a subversive mag with fellow Hoosier Michael Wilkerson, which they dubbed Indiana Mon Amour. The […]
Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Pit bull by Reuben Jackson I. Among twenty sleeping row houses, The only restless thing Was the voice of the Pit Bull II. I was of three headaches Like a neighborhood in which there are as many Pit Bulls. III. The Pit Bull paced in the dealer’s yard. It […]
On Her Relationship with Music, Three Poems by Rose Solari Read all three poems by Rose Solari: Another Country, Myself When I was There, and That Day on the Redux Literary Journal site “These three poems are all rooted in my relationship with music. After my brother died, I was going through some old photos when I ran […]