|Nancy Lynée Woo|
|Sarah Thursday, teacher|
Her first full-length collection of poems, All the Tiny Anchors, is now out. Thursday has a background in sociology and values creating space for quieter voices to be heard.
|You read like a girl.|
Here are some prompts to get potential contributors thinking, but there is no need to limited to addressing or answering only these questions. Send in whatever feels like it fits within the topic.
- How do we develop a sense of female identity?
- How does society affect this development process?
- How do we think about ourselves as women or girls?
- Why is being called a girl an insult to men?
- How are boys and men taught to think about girls?
- What was your boyhood like in relationship to your peers’ girlhood?
- Who has a feminine identity?
- What role does femininity play in LGBTQ and transgender communities?
- What does being compared to a girl mean?
What if Shakespeare or Rumi had a sister?
Dhr. Seven, Wisdom Quarterly (COMMENTARY)
What if Bach didn't have a ghostwriting wife?
Ollie Gillman (DailyMail.co.uk)
|My wife wrote my best music...like a girl.|
- Study of handwriting on Bach's work suggests she was behind the music.
- Researchers know Mrs. Bach helped husband write in his later years.
- But forensic analysis proves she was composing the scores herself.
|The handwriting (Wiki/DM)|
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