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Posts Tagged ‘Margaret Atwood’

Bustle on the ‘Seven Feminist Poets You Need in Your Life’ December 21, 2015: They are a rather convincing bunch. For Bustle, Anna Szilagyi proclaims the seven necessary goddesses on your bedside table: Whether you need a metaphorical shoulder to cry on or just need some extra [...] by

And Yet: A Wedding October 26, 2015: Portland, Oregon Today is the one-month anniversary of my friends Avik Maitra and Patrick Worth, who got married in Portland. When I got married—six years ago, in the Cambridge, Mass., City [...] by

Margaret Atwood Illuminates the Life of Canadian Poet, Emily Pauline Johnson December 16, 2013: Pauline, a new opera written by Margaret Atwood about the poet Emily Pauline Johnson, had its first public sing-through this weekend in Vancouver. Margaret Atwood wasn’t in the large and lively [...] by

Margaret Atwood Gets Behind an On-line Poetry Prize August 6, 2012: From The Province: Canadian literary icon Margaret Atwood is lending her name to a new online poetry prize — “The Attys” — sponsored by a Toronto-based social media site for budding writers, [...] by

Flavorwire Thinks of 10 Feminist Poets May 18, 2012: Flavorwire did everyone a favor and made a list of “10 feminist poets you should know.” You might already know them. You might have more. We do! Like, a million! Michael Nicoloff, looking [...] by