March is Women's History Month. Explore the many contributions of Women to literature and media through their words and their stories, from the first novel ever with Genji, to the first Science Fiction Novel, and even the first masked vigilante! Plus get a look at the women behind the scenes of some of your favorite movies and TV, and of course watch them again.
Contemporary Women's Literature
Women's History for Kids
Women's Classic Literature
Women Writing Horror & Suspense
Women Writing Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Women Behind the Screen
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As we kick off Women's History Month, we decided it's a good time to celebrate some notable women authors who made literary history. These eleven authors are just a handful of those who have paved the way for women writers.
As we celebrate the swell of activism and action in support of justice and equality, we're taking the opportunity to amplify the voices and stories of some of the key women and girls behind the civil rights movement. They had to fight to be heard and we applaud them!
It's still relatively unusual, but there are dozens of instances of women who have ruled countries. They may have had to bust open a few doors, but they've made their mark on history. To celebrate Women's History Month, here are 11 of these feminine powerhouses.
On this day in 1819, the prominent author Mary Ann Evans was born. But you may not have heard of her because her books were published using the pseudonym George Eliot. And she’s not alone. There’s a long history of famous women writers who adopted male pen names.
What is chick lit? Stories about women? Should it be funny? Romantic? Exciting? We think it's all of the above and more! Read on to explore a particularly fun subcategory of the genre. These five books feature fierce female protagonists who take on monumental challenges.