CFP: Annual Conference of the International Crime Fiction Association

  6th Annual Conference of the International Crime Fiction Association Captivating Criminality 6: Metamorphoses of Crime: Facts and Fictions 12-15 June 2019 d’Annunzio University of Chieti-Pescara, Italy Call for Papers   The Captivating Criminality Network is delighted to announce its sixth conference, which will be held in Italy. Building upon and developing ideas and themesContinue reading “CFP: Annual Conference of the International Crime Fiction Association”

CFP: CWWA Contemporary Women’s Poetry Conference 2019 

CWWA Contemporary Women’s Poetry Conference 2019  Contemporary Women’s Poetry: Lines and Landscapes  Friday 5th April 2019  Hastings Campus, University of Brighton  Keynote Speaker: Nerys Williams, University College Dublin  Poetry by women is wide-ranging, diverse and polyphonic. It works through and across lines and landscapes to create individual poems, collections, and bodies of work. Through traversingContinue reading “CFP: CWWA Contemporary Women’s Poetry Conference 2019 “

Event: Mary Wollstonecraft Life, Work and Legacy Conference and Annual Public Lecture

You are most cordially invited to the Mary Wollstonecraft Life, Work and Legacy Conference and Annual Public Lecture on March 8, (International Women’s Day) at the Guildhall, Hull, HU1 2AA As part of the celebrations for Hull as UK City of Culture 2017 the University of Hull is hosting an interdisciplinary celebration of the life, workContinue reading “Event: Mary Wollstonecraft Life, Work and Legacy Conference and Annual Public Lecture”

The Naming of Elena Ferrante

By Everyday Victim Blaming The identity of Elena Ferrante is a secret well-guarded by her publisher. At the request of Ferrante. Ferrante has made it clear on multiple occasions that she does not want her art confused with her real life. This may not seem something that our campaign would necessarily concern ourselves with butContinue reading “The Naming of Elena Ferrante”

Women in Literature | An essay

by Meytal Radzinski This essay was originally posted here Over the years I’ve been involved in literary review, I’ve said and written many different things about women writers, and particularly in recent months about women writers in translation. I’ve discussed possible differences in men and women’s writing, a young adult literary culture that courts youngContinue reading “Women in Literature | An essay”