Read More Women
The message sent to women that what they are writing isn’t important or serious enough is not a new one. It is as old as literature itself. And its persistence has everything to do with how women’s literature is treated in college and university classrooms and, in turn, how it is treated in the literary world.
At The Millions, Anne Boyd Rioux argues that reading more women writers in the classroom is an important part of creating a future society that values the perspectives of women.