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Volume 10: Vox Feminae: Woman as Creator and Created (1987)

Table of Contents
Foreign Tongues by Heidi Ziolkowski………………………12
Above St. Jeannet by Julie Fay………………………………14
screams by Austin Straus……………………………………..17
Life of the Yenta by Abby Bee……………………………….18
The Growing Up Dream by Belinda Subraman………………19
Notes of the Politics of Gender in European Fairy Tales
by Cristina Bacchilega…………………………………….21
The Geology of Tiles by Deborah Harding……………………34
"It’s not the old feminism": Top Stories Press and
Post-Modern Feminism by Catherine N. Parke………35
Echoes by Kathleen Iddings…………………………………..42
Mother’s Revenge by Kathleen Iddings………………………43
The Fishing Trip by Linda Spence………………………..….44
Leaving Your Mark by Alison Stevens………………………47
My Mother’s Mouth by Penelope Moffet…………………….48
Where the Trees Grew Taller by Marilyn Johnson………….49
Mama Said There’d Be Days Like This by Alison Stevens…52
Going Home by Donna Hilbert…………………………..…..60
Good Girl by Charles Webb………………………………..…62
Rhubarb on 27th Street by Clarinda Harriss Lott………..…..63
Cold War by Donna Hilbert……………………………..……60
Narrow Beds by Laurel Ann Bogen……………………..…….65
Japanese Pearls by susan Hecht………………………….…..66
American Beauty by Kathleen Iddings………………….……68
An Old Intimacy by Gerald Haslam………………………….70
It Is Not a Flower by Murray McNeil 3………………………77
"They were sitting in his flat reading…" by Teresa Blazey..79
Our Picnic by Kathryn Parry………………………………….81
Tunnel of Love by Kathryn Parry…………………………….82
Easy Come/Easy Go by Marael Johnson………………….….83
Curiosa by Marilyn Johnson………………………………….86
A Deep Mother/Son Talk by Laurel Speer…………………..97
Woman and Love by Laura Hill………………………………98
Mother’s Day, 1987 by Heidi Ziolkowski……………………99
Letter From San Francisco by Marilyn Johnson……………100
The Paris-Hamburg Express With direct Connections to Los
Angeles by Marael Johnson……………………………104
The Housewife by Bea Bracher…………………………….…106
Of Things and People by Austin Straus………………………108
How I Knew Harold by Deborah Harding……………………109
A Woman I Know by Clarinda Harriss Lott…………………111
Loving a Pro by Hank Malone……………………………….112
All You Need Is Love by Marael Johnson……………………118
Action/Reaction by Hank Malone…………………………….119
Chickie by Laurel Speer……………………………………….120
The Woman Who Loves the Man Who Loves Books
by Murray McNeil 3……………………………………..121
A Sobering Experience by Marael Johnson………………….122
Pirates by Laurel Ann Bogen………………………………….124
Whay Else Would I Wanr Her? by Fred Voss………………125
Biker Broad by Fred Voss……………………………………126
In Praise of Spinsters by Laurel Ann Bogen…………………127
The University of Alabama’s 13th Sypmposium on
Feminism and Literary Criticism: "The Difference
Within" in Tuscaloosa by Donna Decker……………..…130
Elegy for Catherine Kaeolyi and Georgia O’Keefe
by Julie Fay……………………………………………….132
Portraits, Bostonians, Fabrixs by Ms. RL Widmann………..135
Sonnet Love Affair With Another Poet by Hank Malone…..138
a complex sentence by Charles Stetler……………………….139
Artemisia;s Response by Julie Fay…………………………..140
Writing Ourselves Into Existence by Gabrielle Dane……….141
The Citizens of Vence by Julie Fay…………………………..158

ART
Amy Ning – 61
Jenny Field – 13
David Turner – 33
Jeanne Berry – 67
Richard Ewing – 78, 85
Mary E. Pagone – 117
Stuart Rose – 129

COVER ART
Artemisia Gentileschi (1593-1652/53). Florentine painter. Self-Portraitas Pittura. Oil on canvas.

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