Zora Neale Hurston
The actress tried to invoke John Lennon and Yoko Ono on Twitter. It... could have gone better.
And America still might not be ready for it.
Women’s History Month begins today, March 1st. I honor the month and continue celebrating Black History 24/7/365 with 10
To be sure, the discipline and its practitioners have had an ambivalent relationship with public writing. Academic institutions
Since the beginnings of film, literature has played a significant role in developing the medium. Adaptations are everywhere, but here are some literary tales that we hope inspire more stories on the silver screen.
Being the Warrior Woman that I am, I break down every barrier placed in front of my goals, even my own limiting beliefs. A woman can do anything she puts her mind to. And she is more than a secretary, sex object, and maid.
4. Journal every day in the morning what you are learning about yourself. Be totally free and honest. These are your private
Ever since I got into travel writing, I've been told to read the works of Joseph Conrad, Jack Kerouac, Edward Abbey, Bruce Chatwin, Paul Theroux, William Dalrymple, Bill Bryson, and other white men. While I learned a lot from their stories, I was also repeatedly left with questions about misogyny and racial insensitivity.
Let Me Die In His Footsteps, Roy's new novel, set in a 1952 Kentucky town, concerns Annie Holleran, a 15 year old girl who has an uncanny sense of knowing how things will turn out before they've played themselves through.
As February is Black History Month, I am highlighting African-American women who have made significant contributions to the economy and culture of the United States.