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Ladies Writers Week 2021: Desk of Contents

Women Writers Week 2021: Table of Contents


This week, all of our content material on the location is written by girls. We’ll replace this desk of contents web page with hyperlinks to new items as they go up.

INTRO

Introduction to Ladies Writers Week 2021 by Chaz Ebert & Nell Minow

REVIEWS

Boogie by Monica Castillo

Clouds by Nell Minow

Cuties by Monica Castillo

The Invisible Man by Tomris Laffly

Let Him Go by Christy Lemire

Fortunate by Sheila O’Malley

Moxie by Sheila O’Malley

My Salinger Yr by Tomris Laffly

The Queen’s Gambit by Allison Shoemaker

Someday Different Than Now by Nell Minow

Sophie Jones by Roxana Hadadi

The SpongeBob Film: Sponge on the Run by Christy Lemire

The White Tiger by Roxana Hadadi

INTERVIEWS

Empowered and Joyful: Alicia Pascual-Peña and Hadley Robinson on Moxie by Nell Minow

Meet the Writers: Roxana Hadadi by The Editors

Video Interview: Greta Gerwig, Saoirse Ronan on ‘Little Ladies’ by Katherine Tulich

ESSAYS

The Power Cannot Final: On the Dirty American Fringes of Jeremy Saulnier by Roxana Hadadi

When Artwork Does not Age Properly by Olivia Collette

Ladies Take Prime Prizes at Critics Selection Awards by Sarah Knight Adamson

When Catharsis Does not Minimize It by Mary Beth McAndrews

Two by Louis Valray: La Belle de Nuit and Escale by Farran Smith Nehme

Eternal Arms: The Sustained Energy of ‘The Night time of the Hunter’ by Abby Olcese

The Female Grotesque: On the Warped Legacy of Joan Crawford by Angelica Jade Bastien

Attending to the Coronary heart of America in David Lynch’s ‘The Straight Story’ by Abby Olcese

‘I Am Shiva, the God of Dying’: On the Deserved Anger of ‘Michael Clayton’ by Roxana Hadadi

I Would Wish to Introduce the 101-Yr-Outdated Man to the 102-Yr-Outdated Lady by Chaz Ebert

On the Disempowerment of ‘Promising Younger Lady’ by Mary Beth McAndrews

Realizing You are Only a Fantasy in ‘I am Pondering of Ending Issues’ by Mary Beth McAndrews

22 Years Later, Kasi Lemmons’ ‘Eve’s Bayou’ is Nonetheless Making an Affect by Whitney Spencer