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Advice from Anais Nin and other women authors on finding your writing voice

“First Fig,” Edna St. Vincent Millay    My candle burns at both ends;  It will not last the night;  But ah, my foes, and oh, my friends—  It gives a lovely light.

10 Great Poems You Can Memorize Today

Graduating Vassar in Edna St. Vincent Millay was a renowned poet.edu/alumni/edna-st-vincent-millay.

Lesley Gore

Lesley Gore (born Lesley Sue Goldstein, May 1946 - February was an American singer. At the age of in she recorded the pop hit "It's My.

Madeleine L'Engle describes how she developed plots for her novels

How do you develop ideas for plots?

Madeleine L’Engle - Literary Ladies Guide to the Writing Life

I started doing #ScienceSunday as a way to continue the Women's History Month biography project past March. Instead, each week, I showcased a scientist.

#ScienceSunday 2015 Roundup

I started doing as a way to continue the Women& History Month biography project past March. Instead, each week, I showcased a scientist.

"Men are afraid that women will laugh at them. Women are afraid that men will kill them" -Margaret Atwood.

"Are You A Feminist?": Why This is Not a Valid Question

Discover and share Margaret Atwood Quotes. Explore our collection of motivational and famous quotes by authors you know and love.

Marita Odette Bonner (Occomy) was an African American writer, essayist, and playwright associated with the Harlem Renaissance Era. She attended Radcliffe University, a gifted pianist, founder of the Boston area chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, and author of "Being Young-A Woman- And Colored", a 1925 essay published in The Crisis negro newsmagazine…

20 Female Harlem Renaissance Writers You Should Know

Marita Bonner (June 1899 – (also known as Marieta Bonner) was an African-American writer, essayist, and playwright who is commonly associated with the Harlem Renaissance.

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Françoise Sagan

Desolated by her husband’s suicide in 1930, she forged her own new purpose in life. She spent over a year assembling a collection of favorite recipes & named it in a way that defied grief: The Joy of Cooking, written by amateur cook, Irma von Starkloff Rombauer. For several years she sold copies of her book out of her apartment, while rethinking the business of recipe writing. She hit on a novel format with ingredient lists worked into the directions, now known as the action method.

The Joy of Cooking, written by amateur cook, Irma von Starkloff Rombauer- her story

Women writers of the Harlem Renaissancee

Renaissance Women: 12 Female Writers of the Harlem Renaissance

Women writers of the Harlem Renaissancee

I started doing #ScienceSunday as a way to continue the Women's History Month biography project past March. Instead, each week, I showcased a scientist.

#ScienceSunday 2015 Roundup

I started doing as a way to continue the Women& History Month biography project past March. Instead, each week, I showcased a scientist.

Margaret Mitchell who wrote Gone with the Wind

"Gone with the Wind" author and journalist Margaret Mitchell Courtesy of Atlanta History Center. She was so much more than an author; she was also a secret philanthropist and humanitarian.

Jessie Redmon Fauset

Quotes by Jessie Redmon Fauset

Quotes by Jessie Redmon Fauset, a literary "midwife" of the Harlem Renaissance who wrote, edited, contributed to journals, and taught language.

A los 18 años, Lucy continuó sus estudios en el Colegio Príncipe de Gales en Charlottetown, donde obtuvo su certificado de enseñanza. Tras trabajar como maestra en varias escuelas isleñas y varios periódicos locales, volvió al hogar de sus abuelos en 1902. Allí encontró la inspiración para escribir sus primeros libros en la Prince Edward Island.

Montgomery, Writing, and Motherhood - Literary Ladies Guide to the Writing Life

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