Womens Magazine, for December 2, 2013 - 1:00pm
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What makes a writer feminist, and what makes feminists writers? Gayle Greene, author of The Poetics of Change: The Fiction of Doris Lessing discusses one of the iconic women writers of the twentieth century, who sometimes rejected the label of feminist, but inspired a generation of feminist readers and writers.
And authors Dorothy Allison and Gail Tsukiyama discuss their writing process and the importance of a nurturing community of women writers, as well as the "radical hospitality" provided by Hedgebrook , a unique writer's retreat for women.
Playlist for this Program:
|Faith Nolan||Beloved Comrade||Freedom to Love||Redwood|
|Aretha Franklin and the Eurythmics||Sisters Are Doing for Themselves||Who's Zoomin' Who?||Arista|