Edited by Jen Westmoreland Bouchard
(In)Scribing Gender explores the creative processes of women writing fiction, non-fiction and poetry from multiple cultural contexts, in different styles, and within and across various disciplines. In these essays, established and emerging female writers from diverse backgrounds expound on topics such as creative inspiration, locating the muse, the limitations and liberties associated with categorization and labels, conducting literary or scholarly research as a woman, cultural perceptions of female writers, female/feminine literature, and gendered representations. This anthology examines how gender shapes an author’s creative process and how gender tints the lens through which literary and/or academic audiences view a writer’s work.
(In)Scribing Gender is available from Diversion Press and from your favorite bookstores and online retailers in December 2015. For more information or to order copies please contact us at DiversionPress AT yahoo.com