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Anthropomorphic Animals
30Nov

Anthropomorphic Animals

Anthropomorphic Animals in Literature Books that use animal characters as people can add emotional distance for the reader when the story message is powerful or painful. Animal characters are used

Curious Darkness-Childrens Lit P2
28Nov

Curious Darkness-Childrens Lit P2

Down the rabbit hole, we fall...Here we are expanding on the previous post, Watership Down. Here we will uncover the why we find the creepy, cringy, weirdo stuff as kids.

Watership Down & Children’s Lit
26Nov

Watership Down & Children’s Lit

Part 1/2 Watership Down & Children's Lit discusses the slightly more truth tone of animal-based books, is it dark? Or more a blunt way, based on truth?

Spotlight: Sheal, Larisa, Sarah
24Nov

Spotlight: Sheal, Larisa, Sarah

Born in Montreal, Quebec and now residing in Northern Ontario. A practicing eclectic, solitary Druidic Shaman with Unitarian Universalists ties. Graphics designer author of the Indie published book THESE CHAINS.

Spotlight: T.J. Fier
18Nov

Spotlight: T.J. Fier

Author Spotlight-T.J. Fier

Nevermore Podcast Instructions-Android
14Nov

Nevermore Podcast Instructions-Android

Thanks to Sheal for sourcing out how to listen to our podcast on Android!   Find the App Castbox, download and install           in the search

Nevermore Podcast Instructions
12Nov

Nevermore Podcast Instructions

How to locate the podcast for Apple users.

Women’s Literature
10Nov

Women’s Literature

What does it mean to study women's literature (or even to write it)? Well, consider the fact that it wasn't unheard of to see women dominating literary and history programs

Women At The Table
08Nov

Women At The Table

Women At The Table, a post dedicated to the inspiring spirit of female authors

The Fight For Liberation
04Nov

The Fight For Liberation

When the boys came home the assumption was the women would just go back home, but what happened instead was a push to keep women in the workforce. We can

The Bomb Girl Era
31Oct

The Bomb Girl Era

Women have always struggled for a ‘place’ in life. From the dawn of civilization, we have clawed for scrapes of power. Is it possible that the idea of the femme fatale is

Claiming The Divine Feminine
29Oct

Claiming The Divine Feminine

Suddenly after the war, though she shifted from that slightly nefarious creature to this ballbusting, horrifying, liberated woman. Again, you have propaganda to blame for this. The expectation was that

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