Feminist Stories from the Past

My review of "Herland and Selected Stories" by Charlotte Perkins Gilman. Back when I was writing a review of the dystopian novel "The Beautiful Bureaucrat," I read a review that likened that book (in part to Kafka and in part) to a short story called "The Yellow Wallpaper" by Charlotte Perkins Gilman. Having never heard … Continue reading Feminist Stories from the Past

Paths of love and sorrow

Book Review of "An Undisturbed Peace" by Mary Glickman. In 19th century America, as the government worked to disenfranchise the country's native tribes and push them off their lands, waves of immigrants came in their wake, hoping to make their dreams of freedom and prosperity into a reality. Mary Glickman's latest novel follows one such … Continue reading Paths of love and sorrow