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 in college and university, both back in the day and even still to this day. It's the study of a marginalized group, in this case, women, and their roll in their group history. Everything from archeology to current affairs. You can further that by breaking down the group into the sub-groups that are marginalized further as women. What do I mean? African American, Latin-X (sic Latina), etc. In other words, in titles like To Kill a Mocking Bird, The Hate You Give, Fever Dream (I've heard Fever Dream is a force to be reckoned with currently, quite the book for Latin-X culture), At Night We Walk in Circles to name a few.
New to writing erotica? Don't know where to start? Think "love pole" is too frilly for you? Not quite the type to use "lick, suck and fuck" in your erotica as a descriptor (although those activities are quite fun aren't they). There are two categories of words you can pull from, the soft core and the hard core words. Depending on your comfort levels of course, personally.
It started out in different parts of the world. One would use the name Saga Press to self publish her own book while the other would use Alainn Epub to self publish hers. Both in other niches of the big wide world of publishing. All the while the third toiling with her own writings from the center of her community hub, in fact the very same one the first shared with the third.
Theme For March begins, March 1st, 2020
The publishing industry is still dominated, at top management, by middle-aged white men while it is predominantly run by a woman on the "battlefield" so to speak. As a woman,…