Tag Archives: Women’s Press

We’re celebrating International Women’s Day 2012 all week with highlights from Gwethalyn Graham: A Liberated Woman in a Conventional Age by Barbara Meadowcroft

Challenge your thinking and rediscover Gwethalyn Graham International Women’s Day is tomorrow, and this year’s theme is Connecting Girls, Inspiring Futures. This year we’d like to share with you the books in our Women Who Rock Series and hope you’ll … Continue reading

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We’re celebrating International Women’s Day 2012 all week with highlights from Rosalie Bertell: Scientist, Eco-Feminist, Visionary by Dr. Mary-Louise Engels

Rosalie Bertell brings our focus to women and the environment International Women’s Day is this Thursday, March 8th, and the 2012 IWD theme is Connecting Girls, Inspiring Futures. This year we’d like to share with you the books in our … Continue reading

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We’re celebrating International Women’s Day 2012 all week with highlights from Elizabeth Smart: A Fugue Essay on Women and Creativity by Kim Echlin

Elizabeth Smart kicks off the week as we look at women and creativity International Women’s Day is this Thursday, March 8th, and the 2012 IWD theme is Connecting Girls, Inspiring Futures. This year we’d like to share with you the … Continue reading

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Black History Month author: Yvonne Bobb-Smith

Dr. Yvonne Bobb-Smith is an Adjunct Lecturer at the College of Science, Technology and Applied Arts of Trinidad and Tobago, teaching a Course, Caribbean Anthropology, and as an e-Tutor, with Open Campus, University of the West Indies, teaching Introduction to … Continue reading

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Black History Month authors: Dionne Brand

Dionne Brand’s storied career has brought her many places, including a role as Toronto’s Poet Laureate. But back in the late eighties and early nineties, while writing and co-directing films with the women of Studio D at the National Film … Continue reading

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Feast of Lights, by Ellen S Jaffe, a young adult novel

Celebrating Hanukkah is bittersweet this year for twelve-year old Sarah Goldman and her parents, who are mourning the recent death of Sarah’s little brother. But when Sarah lights the candles on the menorah, she finds herself magically transported back to … Continue reading

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“A great miracle happened there” — Three O’Clock Press celebrates Chanukah

Over the next few days Three O’Clock Press will be celebrating the holiday season by featuring all of our titles that highlight aspects of Jewish life. Surviving the harrowing experiences of the past; experiencing the joys of the holiday season; … Continue reading

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