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Exploring The “Tomboy” Archetype & Gender Nonconforming Characters In Literary

Exploring The “Tomboy” Archetype & Gender Nonconforming Characters In Literary

By Shelley Blanton-Stroud, author of ‘TomBoy: A Jane Benjamin Novel’ Author Lisa Selin Davis’s school-age daughter cuts her hair short, wears gym shorts and sweats, and, for dress-up, dons button-down […]

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Society’s Disdain For “Difficult” & Gritty Women Made Me Unapologetically Write My First Novel About One

Society’s Disdain For “Difficult” & Gritty Women Made Me Unapologetically Write My First Novel About One

By Shelley Blanton-Stroud My debut novelist friends like to play this game called, My Favorite Amazon Review. (And by favorite, we don’t mean best.) Here’s the headline of my favorite […]