Five Classic Spooky Women to (Re)Watch This Halloween

Halloween is upon us! Now that my apartment is all decorated, it’s time to devote some posts to the spookiest holiday. Luckily, we have plenty of scary ladies to discuss! In this post, we’ll take a look at five classic female characters and their eerie stories. Morticia Addams An easy favorite of mine! Morticia loves… Read More

Space Opera Flash Fiction Contest Winners

Here are the winning stories from F-BOM’s inaugural flash fiction contest, judged by LJ Cohen. Did you miss the contest this quarter? Our next topic will be revealed in November, during our Facebook Live interview with Intisar Khanani. Click here for submission guidelines. First place:  Murder in an ice cream scoop by Lynn Vandermeer It’s… Read More

Feminist Book of the Month: Longbourn’s Songbird

Our February Book of the Month is (drumroll please): Longbourn’s Songbird by Beau North. Longbourn’s Songbird is a retelling of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. This version is set in the American South in 1948. North’s Longbourn is one of similarities and differences to Austen’s. The Bennets own a large farm; Darcy ran a munitions… Read More