Volume I, Issue II
“The face is our most potent symbol of personality,” wrote Mina Loy in the opening [...]
Just at the centre of our vision, yet subconsciously ignored, the nose is one of [...]
To say that a poet, of any kind, might avoid being canonized is perhaps to [...]
Her face weary and wary, the mother stands with her one foot hoisted onto a [...]
I lift the white sheet And uncover the dead face, White among the white roses, [...]
Today, more than ever, the prevalence of female voices in our society is crucial. As [...]
Known for her brilliance and wit, Dorothy Parker was an established female writer during her [...]
The Queen of Modernism, Virginia Woolf (born Adeline Virginia Stephen), wrote and published more work [...]
Can you give readers a brief background about your scholarly interests and your studies in [...]
Hailed as an early confessional poet, Sara Teasdale won a Pulitzer Prize in 1918. Teasdale [...]
Rose Macaulay wrote over 20 fiction novels in her lifetime. She was a staunch feminist [...]
Most known for his dystopic novel Brave New World, Aldous Huxley penned several other novels. [...]
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