Around the Web: Interesting links about Women and Fiction (August 19 2017)
In celebration of Dorothy Parker's birthday, here are five of her quotes about writing.

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This month, Claudia talked to Maya Rodale about her experience as a historical fiction author as well as her research into fiction. This is the fourth podcast for the first season which includes Jennifer Leeland talking about her life as an erotic romance author, Emma Newman and the world of Science Fiction, and Amanda Henstrom-White shares the politics of poetry and women's fiction. 

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