Whatever it is, you'll find it in spades in her Collected Stories , which compiles all of Davis's short fiction from her seminal Break It Down 1986 through Varieties of Disturbance 2007. And so we present to you 25 female writers we admire for their vision, their fearlessness, their originality, and their impact on the literary world and beyond.
Woman in Front of the Sun: I had to cut it off at some point. But with the publication of her Collected Stories a few years ago, there's now no excuse for not reading her.
A Celebration by Pearl Cleage 4. Where the Heart Is by Billie Letts 4.
I suggest you pour yourself a glass of single barrel bourbon, make a batch of cheese straws, and start reading. Hello, Login. The same color as water. Written by Southern women in the mid-1900s through current day. Adrienne Rich is a feminist giant, and these poems, written in 1974, map and delineate the territory of women's love for women sexual and otherwise and the struggle of selfhood, consciousness, history, and art with strength, creativity, and fierce empathy.
Perennials by Julie Cantrell Goodreads Author 3. Dolly Parton. Known for her powerfully evocative prose, her grand mystical tales steeped in black history, her haunting and haunted characters, Morrison is an author whose body of work demands attention.
Collected Plays by Zora Neale Hurston 4. Augustine and witnesses the visit of MLK and all of the protests and riots that happened there at the time.
Most of us don't spend much time considering where our ideas about God came from.
She says that Fun Home is about how she learned to be an artist from her father. Gosh, sounds like a great story, but I don't recognize it at all. Go here to find out more , or click the image below: Kate DiCamillo Goodreads Author.