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List of women writers

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This is a list of notable female writers.

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See also

References

  1. ^ "Millicent Y. Hodge, Esq.". Amazon.com. 
  2. ^ http://globalebookawards.com/2014-global-ebook-award-winners/

External links

  • A Celebration of Women Writers
  • SAWNET: The South Asian Women's NETwork Bookshelf
  • Victorian Women Writers Project
  • Voices from the Gaps: Women Artists and Writers of Color
  • The Women Writers Archive: Early Modern Women Writers Online
  • SOPHIE: A digital library of works by German-speaking women
  • REBRA: A list of women writers from Brazil. Biographies in Portuguese, English, and in Spanish.
  • Teena Lyons Website
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