Tagged: women and literature

Zadie Smith Helps Us Find Our Light in Swing Time

Zadie Smith is a British-born literary sensation. A novelist, short story writer, and essayist, she has won the Orange Prize for Fiction, been on Granta’s list of the top 20 young writers, and now teaches in the Creative Writing program at New York University.

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Review: Trans poet’s book succubus in my pocket

succubus in my pocket is a book of experimental poetry by the late, great trans poet kari edwards (1954-2006). In the foreword, edwards — she preferred her name, as well as the book’s title, in lower case — is described as one of transgender literature’s “driving forces and homing beacons.”

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