In my family, I have the reputation of being the sibling who is most in the loop of cultural happenings, events, and (especially) good eateries in whatever city I happen to be living in. This need to dig and find new places or events to be excited about may have even contributed to my recent […]Read more "A Winter Preview for Networking Women Writers"
For most of her career, Brooke Warner, Publisher of She Writes Press, went the traditional route. She worked for independent Seal Press, a publisher for women that I profiled in February. Warner, age 36, was the executive editor with Seal (whom she speaks of warmly), but, when asked why she left that position, she said […]Read more "She Writes Press: Assisted Self-Publishing"
The numbers for women in publishing are in and the results are not pretty. Yesterday, VIDA released its annual report tracking the representation of women in publishing, from reviewers, to bylines, to authors reviewed in reputable magazines like Harper’s and The Atlantic. This year, the nonprofit that supports women in the literary arts had also […]Read more "A Collective Reponse to Women in Publishing"
The same year that Seal Press was founded as an independent publisher of books “by women, for women,” the first class of women was inducted into the United States Naval Academy and Barbara Walters was named the first woman co-anchor of the nightly news. Women Studies programs were populating across the country and more woman […]Read more "A Feminist Publisher"