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LITERARY WOMEN

Celebrating Women Authors Since 1982



Red Clocks, by author Leni Zumas
Leni Zumas, author of Red Clocks

Leni Zumas

A provocative dystopian novel, Red Clocks details a fictional future that feels eerily predictable in the present day female experience. Weaving together stories of four women whose lives are negatively impacted by repressive laws, the plot brilliantly engages and enrages the reader. Leni Zumas’ imaginative novel has been featured in many of 2018’s “Best of” lists: Amazon’s Best Book of the Month, New York Times Editor’s Choice, and Time Magazine Best Novels of the Year.

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From 2019 Festival ›
Downcanyon, by author Ann Haymond Zwinger
Ann Haymond Zwinger, author of Downcanyon

Ann Haymond Zwinger

Ann Haymond Zwinger published the two latest of her sixteen books, Downcanyon (Western Arts Federation Award) and Wilderness Women (co-edited with her daughter Susan) in 1995. Genesis: the Yosemite Valley will come out later this year. This naturalist, with a B.A. from Wellesley and M.A. in Art History from Indiana University, taught at Smith before marrying and raising three daughters. During her thirties she returned to writing and illustrating nature books.

From 1996 Festival ›


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