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“Wonderful women! Have you ever thought how much we all, and women especially, owe to Shakespeare for his vindication of women in these fearless, high-spirited, resolute and intelligent heroines?” Dame Ellen Terry

Ellen Terry (1847-1928) appeared on stage for seventy years. During that time she married twice, managed a theater, toured the United States, taught and lectured, corresponded with George Bernard Shaw,… Read more “Wonderful women! Have you ever thought how much we all, and women especially, owe to Shakespeare for his vindication of women in these fearless, high-spirited, resolute and intelligent heroines?” Dame Ellen Terry

“…looking as out of place as a John Singer Sargent painting hung on a graffitied wall…” a snapshot from It’s in His Kiss by Vickie Lester

Anne walked out into the police station’s reception area and was heading for the door when she spied Becky Nelson bedecked in a Chanel suit, looking as out of place… Read more “…looking as out of place as a John Singer Sargent painting hung on a graffitied wall…” a snapshot from It’s in His Kiss by Vickie Lester