Posts Tagged ‘feminist writers’

Love & Fuck Poems

Author: Koraly Dimitriadis

ISBN: 9780993017438 | 108 pages

Sexually repressed, separated Greek Girl on a rampage. There’s no love here just fucks. But is she fucking him or fucking herself? A trailblazing story told through poetry of culture, divorce, love and the maddening scurry to find the sexual self.

Koraly Dimitriadis is a prominent opinion writer for major media publications in Australia. She writes fiction and poetry as well as non-fiction and also makes her own films and theatre. She is a performer and actor. Love & Fuck Poems is her critically acclaimed debut book which is a bestseller for the poetry genre in Australia. more»

Finding Role Models for Women Writers

Wednesday, June 8th, 2011

I feel compelled to jump onto my feminist soapbox and wave my agro feather-duster whenever I think about Anne Sexton, Sylvia Plath and Virginia Woolf. All three of whom have been celebrated as a kind of holy trinity in works such as Bowditch’s The Ophelia Project. Not that there’s necessarily anything wrong with celebrating these writers’ lives and I’m sure Rachel Bowditch had nothing but noble intentions. (more…) more»