In an effort to finish my Reading Women challenge strong I did the math and I only have to read 19 books in 22 weeks. Easy! Hitting the ground running this week with the next challenge: a book by (or about) a Nobel Prize winning woman. There are a number of women who have won … Continue reading Nobel Prize Winning Women – Reading Women 2019
Okay. It's time to come clean. I didn't actually finish this book.
Lonely Cryptid Media is now accepting submissions for our new anthology: Fireweed: Stories from the Revolution.
This post is part of a series on reading women 2019 hosted by Lonely Cryptid Media’s Narrative Designer, Dan Michael Fielding. Okay, I’ll admit it. I don’t generally like classic novels. It’s nothing against them personally. It’s just that, in general, every time I’ve read a novel that’s considered “classic” I’ve walked away wondering what … Continue reading A Classic Novel – Reading Women 2019
This week’s prompt is designed to getting us thinking intersectionally. In the United States two of the major civil rights movements have been the feminist movement and the movement for black civil rights. Feminist movements have fought for the rights of women: suffrage, fair pay, bodily autonomy, an end to domestic abuse, and more. … Continue reading Black Civil Rights & Radicalism – Reading Women 2019
This post is part of a series on reading women 2019 hosted by Lonely Cryptid Media’s Narrative Designer, Dan Michael Fielding. Picture me, a fresh-faced eighteen year old just out of high school moving from my home town in rural Minnesota to The Cities to start college. Ever the good student, I’ve already gotten my … Continue reading An Immigrant Experience – Reading Women 2019
This post is part of a series on reading women 2019 hosted by Lonely Cryptid Media’s Narrative Designer, Dan Michael Fielding. I love independent presses! There are so many wonderful books in the world which have been published by an independent press. Sometimes called a “small press,” indie presses are those who are separate from … Continue reading Independent Presses – Reading Women 2019