Literary Collections, Women
Finding Joy after Sorrow
The Collected Works of Beth Carol Solomon by Beth Carol Solomon
In her collected works, Finding Joy After Sorrow, author Beth Carol Solomon explores the impact people have on one another and the courage it takes to overcome adversity. This rerelease of the author’s Collected Works—originally published in ...
Mother, the Verb, Swan Sister Treasure Book
by Linda Rogers
Mother, the Verb is a collection of work by established and aspirant artists, mostly women, but a few alliies, who serve the idea of One Human Family in their work. Some, like Heather Spears who drew and reported about the children of the Intifada, ...
My Wandering Mind
by Barbara Ellis
A collection of memories and observations during a long and happy life. Wonderful memories of places visited, places only dreamed of, and then becoming a reality. Memories of being young in a world that moved at a slower pace. Observing and enjoying ...
Grit and Grace
A Women Writing Anthology by Shanda Blue Easterday
From acclaimed members of the Writing Women project from northern Indiana and southern Michigan comes this diverse and inspiring collection of poems, fiction, and personal essays. The poignant voices of Grit and Grace explore issues of religious ...
The Griffin and Other Poems
by Alice M. Baskous
The Griffin and Other Poems is the author’s latest and fourth poetic endeavor, written to shed light on current events from a feminist’s perspective, using symbolism as well as empathy in traditional as well as modern ways. The author tries to ...