I Love Myself When I Am Laughing…And Then Again When I Am Looking Mean and Impressive, a unique anthology with 14 examples of Hurston’s work on fiction, journalism, folklore and autobiography will be released in the beginning of November from Feminist Press. This unique publication establishes Zora Neale Hurston as the intellectual and spiritual leader of the next generation of black writers. For more information, click here.
Anne Enright’s heroine in her latest book, The Forgotten Waltz, is Gina, an IT consultant who is in a relationship with a married man. Anne’s book is about relationships, connections, and the role of the family in people’s lives as she follows Gina on her journey. For more information about this novel of intelligence, passion and distinction, click here.
From Nov. 2-10, WIN will host its annual Week of Events – a fantastic way of new and old members to become more involved with WIN, exchange ideas, and learn more about young pro-choice Democratic women. For more information, click here.
On November 1st, the Barnard Center for Research on Women will host the event, What’s on Your Plate? The History and Politics of Food. Hilary Callahan, Kim F. Hall, Deborah Valenze, and Paige West will talk about the social, geopolitical, rhetorical, and environmental factors that influence food, including items as ordinary as sugar, coffee, milk, and corn. For more information, click here.