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LearnVest Founder Alexa von Tobel on economic security and the psychology of money.
From New York City to London, jewelry designer Tarra Rosenbaum has traveled the globe finding nature-based inspiration for her handcrafted pieces.
Yael Alkalay, the female entrepreneur who founded natural beauty product company Red Flower, believes that calm is her greatest strength.
Wo/men’s Work, Fuels Operator: Hannah Jane Valian has spent three seasons working as a fuels operator at the largest of the Antarctic research facilities.
For filmmaker Serena Dykman, “NANA” is even more than a Holocaust documentary: it’s a family exploration and a political call to action.
Feminist Wednesday blogger Erin Bagwell turns her passion for sharing women’s stories into film. See “Dream, Girl,” currently screening across the country and recently selected by Oprah to be part of her SuperSoul 100 roundup.
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Arndt’s debut story collection, “Large Animals,” is both intellectual and experimental.
Blair Braverman’s memoir, “Welcome to the Goddamn Ice Cube,” is filled with excitement and tells of her toughness, her determination, her passion. And though the specifics are unique to Braverman, her message is universal for all women …
2016 has been a difficult year, one that’s seen a type of social and political heartache many would like to forget; it’s also been a year filled with strong female voices speaking out against racism, sexism …
To go as far as she can, and yes, to be a little disgusting too, is the project of Sharon Olds “Odes.” The poems dig deeply into the thrilling un-loveliness of aging, made lovely by her classic, single stanza poems.