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The writing process inspires dread in countless students, and the underlying source of fear is almost always the same: “I’m just not a good writer.” Fortunately, Monique Ferrell and Julian Williams assure students in Good Writing Made Simple that writing is a learnable skill, just like anything else. And yes—anyone can do it!
Lead, Follow or Move Out of the Way: Global Perspectives in Literature and Film is a collection of provocative, insightful, opinionated, and sometimes thoroughly disturbing pieces. Unlike the customary organization of anthologies—by genre, geography, or historical period—the thematic organization of the readings in Lead, Follow, or Move Out of the Way creates a truly global perspective, one which is both timeless and timely, as the reader can see how the most perplexing socio-political issues know no bounds.
Looking for the Enemy: The Eternal Internal Gender Wars of Our Sisters is an edited collection of some of the most thoughtful and audacious voices on gender. In five distinct sections, their contributors use speeches, essays, short fiction, interviews, and auto-ethnography to explore the ways in which the gender wars have threatened and stifled our past, our present, and our future.