Creativity

Canva’s “Natural Women” Collection Changing Female Representation In Stock Photography

Canva’s “Natural Women” Collection Changing Female Representation In Stock Photography

We’re big fans of the saying “if she can see it, she can be it”, a phrase often spoken by Geena Davis in many of her talks about gender inequality […]

December 11, 2018 ×
Blogger Alisa Wong Collabs With Asian Art Museum To Amplify The Work Of Indian Artists

Blogger Alisa Wong Collabs With Asian Art Museum To Amplify The Work Of Indian Artists

Whenever we come across projects or campaigns that amplify the voices and stories of women, especially underrepresented women and women of color, you can bet we will jump in feet […]

November 27, 2018 ×
It’s 2018 And Some Female Authors STILL Have To Disguise Their Gender So Male Readers Won’t Be Turned Off

It’s 2018 And Some Female Authors STILL Have To Disguise Their Gender So Male Readers Won’t Be Turned Off

By LS Hawker The first time an Amazon reviewer referred to me as “Mr. Hawker,” I wasn’t angry. I wasn’t offended. My reaction was this: “It worked!” I confess that […]

November 7, 2018 ×
Artist Michele Pred’s New Solo Exhibition ‘Vote Feminist’ Is A Call To Resist Ahead Of Mid-Terms

Artist Michele Pred’s New Solo Exhibition ‘Vote Feminist’ Is A Call To Resist Ahead Of Mid-Terms

There’s a lot to pay attention to right now amidst our political turmoil. With elections constantly happening, laws being introduced, protested against and passed, you’d be forgiven for feeling #resistance […]

October 24, 2018 ×
Author Donna Levin Says The Secret To Her Success Is Her Community Of Female Writers

Author Donna Levin Says The Secret To Her Success Is Her Community Of Female Writers

By Donna Levin ‘He Could Be Another Bill Gates’, my latest novel, journeyed a long, tortuous route from idea to printed page. Forget Sasquatch and the Loch Ness monster. The […]

October 18, 2018 ×
Queer Chicana Artist’s New Poetry Book Explores Identity, Childhood, Relationships & Self-Love

Queer Chicana Artist’s New Poetry Book Explores Identity, Childhood, Relationships & Self-Love

We’re living in a time where exploring identity and self through a distinctly female gaze is becoming more and more common. With mainstream media and entertainment historically being from a […]

September 26, 2018 ×
Judge & Author Marylin Atkins Writes About Her Family’s Legacy Of Colorblind Love In An Unwelcoming World

Judge & Author Marylin Atkins Writes About Her Family’s Legacy Of Colorblind Love In An Unwelcoming World

When we heard the story of Judge Marylin Atkins, who is set to release her memoir ‘The Triumph of Rosemary’ out now (through Two Sisters Publishing), we immediately jumped at […]

September 11, 2018 ×
Free Women of Color with their Children and Servants, oil painting by Agostino Brunias, Dominica, c. 1764–1796.

New Novel Explores The Hidden Role Of Free Women Of Color During The Battle Of New Orleans

By Sue Ingalls Finan Much has been written about Andrew Jackson and the Battle of New Orleans in 1815, yet the city’s females, who played a crucial role before, during […]

August 20, 2018 ×
These Ultimate Unicorn Craft Kits Which Also Encourage STEAM Skills Are Our Fave Thing Right Now

These Ultimate Unicorn Craft Kits Which Also Encourage STEAM Skills Are Our Fave Thing Right Now

There are plenty of dark moments in the world right now, with so many scary things happening politically and socially. While we believe it is important to fight against these, […]

August 9, 2018 ×
Author Kathryn Berla Tackles The “Mean Girls” Phenomenon In Her Novel ‘The Kitty Committee’

Author Kathryn Berla Tackles The “Mean Girls” Phenomenon In Her Novel ‘The Kitty Committee’

By Kathryn Berla As someone who relied on the strength of my female friendships to help me get this far in life, I would be very reluctant to write a […]

August 7, 2018 ×
Transforming Your Walls From Average To Extraordinary With Wallpics

Transforming Your Walls From Average To Extraordinary With Wallpics

Life is enjoyable and worth living when you treasure your precious moments. Photo printing is the quickest and simplest way to print photos from your phone or camera, stick them […]

July 24, 2018 ×
Artist Yetunde Sapp Uses Painting As An Artform To Empower Women & Their Purpose

Artist Yetunde Sapp Uses Painting As An Artform To Empower Women & Their Purpose

By Taylor Jones Yetunde Sapp’s introduction to art started with an unsuspecting beginning. Before she began preschool her father would give her small instructionals while her mother was at work. […]

July 19, 2018 ×
Daughter Of A Death Investigator On How Bodies In Her Basement Shaped Her Hollywood Writing Career

Daughter Of A Death Investigator On How Bodies In Her Basement Shaped Her Hollywood Writing Career

By Jennifer Graeser Dornbush Long before American television was saturated with CSI and Forensic Files, I was living my own weekly CSI adventure with my family in northern Michigan. My […]

July 17, 2018 ×
Debut Novelist Rita Dragonette Writes Female-Focused, Coming-Of-Age Vietnam-Era Story

Debut Novelist Rita Dragonette Writes Female-Focused, Coming-Of-Age Vietnam-Era Story

The following excerpt, titled ‘At The Smithsonian’, is an excerpt from Rita Dragonette’s debut novel ‘The Fourteenth Of September’, available for purchase on September 18, 2018. She was glad to […]

July 16, 2018 ×
New Exhibit ‘Defining Form’ Explores Themes Of Feminism, Gender Identity & Politics Through Art

New Exhibit ‘Defining Form’ Explores Themes Of Feminism, Gender Identity & Politics Through Art

There is so much going on in the country right now politically, it can be hard to keep track of the onslaught of terrible news and figure out a way […]

July 5, 2018 ×