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Anne Bronte
Poet Anne Bronte's life and poetry are highlighted in this web page. Also included in this page is a bibliography relating to the Bronte sisters.

Annette Marie Hyder
This site features news and updates about international literature and art projects of interest to women. Annette Marie Hyder is Contributing Editor for Poems Niederngasse, Editor of PNG's Pancultural Exploration of Love, Assistant Editor, IMAGINE Channel, INTHEFRAY Magazine and a regular columnist for Empowerment4Women.

Charlotte Bronte
Author of "Jane Eyre", "Villette", and other Victorian novels.

Charlotte Perkins Gilman
Earlyfeminist author of "The Yellow Wallpaper" and "Herland".

Charlotte Perkins Gilman
Earlyfeminist author of "The Yellow Wallpaper" and "Herland".

Dare To Be Fabulous
DTBF is an anthology of women's stories about times when they felt that surge of joy or empowerment for daring to be true to themselves. Stories from noted and famous women will be interspersed with stories from women on all walks of life. Check our latest roster of celebrated contributors, and join us in our online Forum. Writer's Guidelines are included here as well. Submit your DTBF story for consideration! We plan to host events in the future as well. DTBF is a book...and much more!

Edith Wharton
American author of "Age of Innocence," "House of Mirth," and other novels.

Emily Bronte
This web page devoted to the 19th century poet include a biography, samples of Emily's poetry, and poetry links.

Emily Dickinson
This site, dedicated to the famous New England poet, includes a biography, poems online page, answers to frequently-asked questions, articles, and information on the Emily Dickinson International Society.

George Eliot
Information on the life and writings of George Eliot, aka Mary Ann Evans -- author of Middlemarch and other novels.

Gertrude Stein
Another short biography from The Knitting Circle site.

Jane Austen Information Page
Includes annotated text of Austen'sclassic novels, as well as quotes, letters, and some light-hearted Jane Austen humor.

Radclyffe Hall
This short biography and list of works by this famous lesbian author is on The Knitting Circle site, the Lesbian and Gay Staff Association of the South Bank University, London.

Scribbling Women
Online resource for teaching American women's literature.

The Kate Chopin Project
Created by an honors English class, this site contains a biography and several annotated excerpts of Chopin1sclassic stories and novels, such as "The Awakening."

Virginia Woolf
This comprehensive resource for "woolfians" contains links to sites about the famous author's life and works, photos, and essays.

Willa Cather
Information about Willa Cather, author of pioneer novels featuring strong women like "My Antonia". Includes Willa Cather events, and publications by and about Cather.

Zora Neale Hurston
This page dedicated to the novelist/anthropologist includes an anecdote of how one reader discovered Hurston, story excerpts, photos, information, essays, and links.

 

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