A female author notes how schools keep deciding that boys won’t want to hear her speak about writing, while also deciding that whenever a male author visits the same school that girls will be just as interested in that author as the boys.
My review of Every Secret Thing by Marie Munkara
Summary post for #AWW2015, including how I complied with the various criteria.
I know what I’ll be rereading for the next few weeks.
My review of Peony by Eileen Chong
My review of Too Flash by Melissa Lucashenko
My review of MumShirl: an autobiography with the assistance of Bobbi Sykes
My review of Bitter Greens by Kate Forsyth
My review of In Her Blood by Annie Hauxwell
My review of Foreign Soil by Maxine Beneba Clarke
My review of Maralinga: The Anangu Story
Annnnd here are the books I plan to read for #AWW2015
Getting back on the reading challenge horse 3 years after the Australian Women Writers challenge started!
Guest Hoyden Bio: Our Guest Hoyden today is Adelaide writer, critic and editor Kerryn Goldsworthy, reproduced with permission from a post she made on Facebook.