Please don’t say that having lunch at a male membership only club makes you like Rosa Parks.
Reminder: Hoyden meetup at the Guylian Belgian Chocolate Cafe, Opera Quays, East Circular Quay this Sunday (8th March) at 12:00 noon!
Gillian Triggs has proved herself so far above the pitiful scrabblings of the shrivelled souls who want her to stop saying that we shouldn’t subject children to institutional abuse that she has forced them to reveal themselves for what they are.
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
All the details on the latest edition and how to submit to the next one!
“Queen of the gospel and the mother of rock and roll” The person who brought the electric guitar to the popular masses wasn’t Chuck Berry, and it sure wasn’t Bill Haley. It was a woman from Arkansas who saw her mission as bringing the music of the light into the dark places (nightclubs), and consequently invented crossover pop gospel. Since it’s… Read more →
Summary post for #AWW2015, including how I complied with the various criteria.
My review of Peony by Eileen Chong
How I wish I could be in London on Saturday for this! And what a gorgeous poster.
My review of Too Flash by Melissa Lucashenko
Hoyden meetup at the Guylian Belgian Chocolate Cafe, Opera Quays, East Circular Quay on Sunday 8th March 2015 at 12:00 noon!
My review of MumShirl: an autobiography with the assistance of Bobbi Sykes
My review of Bitter Greens by Kate Forsyth