Weekly Wrap Up – Our First Week!

We had an amazing week of posts to kick off our new blog. In case you missed anything, here’s a quick wrap up so you can go back and read through everything.
Katherine Tomlinson started us off by talking about some of the women writers who influenced her own writing with her “The Mothers of Creation“.
Katherine also donated a lovely Nancy Drew-themed bracelet as a giveway that ends on Monday, so there’s still time to enter!
We had a popular essay by Sara Amis on “Why we don’t need to fight for women to ‘break in’“, the citadel of genre fiction and geekdom was ours from the start.
Suzanne Church’s recent collection of short stories “Elements: A Collection of Speculative Fiction” was reviewed by Kim Killian.
One of the most widely used elements in fairy tales, the apple, was the focus of Cathrin Hagey’sDark Side of the Fruit“.
And Tory Hoke finished off the week with “4 Reasons Cartoons Matter” including some great information on diversity and gender in cartoons.
Be sure to check in next week for more great essays, reviews, and our first interview!