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An Evening with Guernica: Bravery and Gender in “Confessional Writing”
Why are confessional narratives penned by female writers so often deemed “brave,” “sticky,” or “opportunistic,” when the same material addressed by male writers is called by its name: art? Join Guernica magazine to confess, grieve, or take jabs at the glaring double-standard in how personal writing is consumed, marketed, and reviewed today.
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Join us Friday August 19:
One week after the brutal attack on author @SalmanRushdie, the NY literary community is rallying in solidarity and presenting public readings from Rushdie's works on the steps of @nypl on 5th Avenue.
#StandWithSalman. Details: https://pen.org/event/stand-with-salman/
There's a "before" & "after" to the new #SalmanRushdie affair. This terrorist attack requires a strong reply. So, in @TheAtlantic, my call for the author of #TheSatanicVerses, and my dear friend, Salman Rushdie, to receive the #NobelPrize in Literature. https://bit.ly/3JZ22vX