Synopses & Reviews
"With its many voices, images and aphorisms--from those of Maxine Kumin to Luisa Valenzuela, from Rita Dove to Elizabeth Jolley--the book is a pleasure and a faithful companion".--Publishers Weekly. "Twenty terrific women writers reveal a little something about their work, and about themselves. . . . A gift in every possible way".--Los Angeles Times.
"[A] sterling collection of essays...Twenty terrific women writers reveal a little something about their work, and about themselves...Janet Sternburg has done a wonderful job. This book is a gift in every possible way." --Carolyn See,
, a ground-breaking collection of personal essays about what it means to be a woman who writes, was published to high praise in 1980. Now, in a second volume, Janet Sternburg has again commissioned essays from novelists, poets, and nonfiction writers from the United States and abroad.
About the Author
Janet Sternburg, also the editor of The Writer on Her Work II, lives in Encino, California.Janet Sternburg, also the editor of The Writer on Her Work II, lives in Encino, California.