We’re already talking about it.

And by it we mean women’s writing along with the many issues shaping its production and reception, from pseudonymous authorship to the surfacing of archived texts, eligibility requirements for literary prizes, and the rise of new voices via major publishing houses.

Join us for this podcast, which takes a feminist look at the lives and work of women writers from the medieval period to our own.

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Orlando: A Podcast is part of the Orlando Project, a feminist digital humanities initiative inspired by Virginia Woolf’s experimental novel Orlando: A Biography (1928). Check out the project’s site for more about it and its central publication, the textbase Orlando: A History of Women’s Writing in the British Isles from the Beginnings to the Present.

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