Find out more about the authors who penned some of the best books we´ve read.
15 Women Authors Who Have Improved Fiction
After Shakespeare, who doesn’t really count as a fiction writer, the most widely read author ever is Agatha Christie. Check out this list of other noteworthy writing women.
Ambrose Bierce - Bitter Man, Brilliant Writer
His experiences fueled his writings, and left us with some of the most brilliant short stories in American history. Read on to discover more about the Civil War writer, Ambrose Bierce.
Find out which authors new and old share your birthday.
Author Interview - Paige Dearth
A one-on-one with the author of Believe Like A Child, Paige Dearth, as we discuss and delve more into the themes behind her book; she gives answers to questions that so many of us readers have had while reading, and having finished, the novel.
Read transcripts of dialogues with literary experts, including authors, professors and linguists.
Cormac McCarthy is the author of ten novels. Some of his works include: All the Pretty Horses (1992), The Crossing (1994), Cities of the Plain (1998), No Country for Old Men (2005), and The Road (2006).
Before I knew Gilmour as a writer I knew him for his television commentary and criticism on CBC's The Journal and his talk show Gilmour on the Arts. He has a familiar and calming voice with a warm and humorous personality attached.
Earnings from Deceased Writers
According to Wikipedia "the default length of copyright is the life of the author plus either 50 or 70 years" depending where in the world you live. But what exactly happens to the proceeds made from literary works after the author has died?
Casual interviews with literary fiction authors.
Topics, articles and links for Jane Austen fans!
Literary festivals are like any other festivals really. It’s a group of people who get together to celebrate similar interests. Instead of food or dance or heritage, it´s books. There can be anywhere from a couple hundred people to thousands
Links to the official websites of authors or their societies.
Supporting Women Authors
When women first entered the profession of writing and publishing they did so under an alias because it was frowned upon to have women write, let alone be successful at it. Today if a woman chooses to use a pseudonym she does so for privacy or because she writes
Women Literary Writers - 1700s to early 1800s
Women writers have come a long way in the way they represent themselves and are in turn recognized in the literary world. Here's a look at some of the famous female literature gurus from the 'olden days' that have left their legacies in the literary world, setting a path for us to follow!
Women Literary Writers - Early to Late 1800s
More discourse on female writers of the early centuries that contributed tremendously to writing and literature with their gifts of words, structure, and various powerful themes.
Women Literary Writers - Early to Late 1900s
Which major female literary influences of the early 20th century come to mind right off? Here are some of the most influential women writers of 'our' days that have contributed tremendously (and still are)to writing and literature with their gifts of words and inspiring themes!
Women Writers - 20th Century Literature
A look at our 20th Century female authors, most of whom are still living legends that are continuously contributing tremendously to literature, literacy, and learning.
Women´s History Month Literary Fiction Homepage | Editor's Picks Articles | Top Ten Articles | Literary Fiction Site Map
In honour of Women´s History Month, International Women´s Week/Day all occurring in the month of March, here are 25 quotes from notable writers.
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