“Should ‘Women’s Fiction’ have its own category?” Yael Goldstein asks


Women's Fiction 2013

Today’s must-read: the excellent opinion piece in the Wall Street Journal by the Daily Lit website’s Editorial Director Yael Goldstein considering the fact that many women actually prefer that a “women’s fiction” category exist and explaining why Daily Lit decided to eliminate it. Goldstein raises many thought-provoking points central to the issue of gender equality in publishing. 

http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2014/01/15/should-womens-fiction-have-its-own-category/?KEYWORDS=yael+goldstein

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One thought on ““Should ‘Women’s Fiction’ have its own category?” Yael Goldstein asks

  1. That article was very much #FoodForThought – Some excellent points were raised, and I, prior to reading the article was of the opinion that ‘Women’s Fiction’ should have it’s own category.

    The piece provided some excellent clues about the a foundation beneath the idea. #Concerning

    Great post and thanks for sharing!

    Miss Lou
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