Tag Archives : Emily Dickinson

Poetry

America’s Women Poets in History

By Women's Voices For Change
By Women's Voices for Change

As always, "Great American Poets" is quite a joyful topic to contemplate, just as each of these poets is a treat to read and an honor to call a fellow countrywoman.

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Poetry

Poetry Friday: Poetry and the Provocative

By Women's Voices For Change
Do women write or want to write “female poetry”?  Jo Shapcott, president of London’s Poetry Society and the author of more than ten books of poems, chaired the society’s panel on The Female Poem recently. In last week’s Guardian, Shapcott offered this exploration of the question and other questions that saunter along beside it. She may not offer answers, but…
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Money & Careers

News Brief: Watch Those Boomer Women Build; Veteran Biographer Tells Emily Dickinson’s Truth; Top Award for Physicist Once Shunned by Male Colleagues

By Womens Voices for Change
Forget women with guns: just give us power tools. Most of the photos in the brochures for "Nontraditional Employment for Women" programs show young women just out of high school. But at Women Build, a training program run by Habitat for Humanity, it’s midlife women who decide to take matters (and hammers) into their own hands: Instructor Denny Grove said…
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