The question remains valid. Are we allowed to appreciate flawed books? On the surface, the answer is a clear yes. Nothing is without flaws, after all.
"Cline's personal win was another win for women: you can confront the monster who has plagued you and you can prevail."
A reader takes a look at misogyny in THE DOUBLE HELIX, James D. Watson's science memoir, and discusses the author's openly misogynistic portrayal of groundbreaking scientist Rosalind Franklin.
The only good thing to come out of The Washington Post's article focusing on Jane Austen's singleness (in celebration of her birthday) are these excellent Twitter responses.
There's a new trend in thrillers: male authors using ambiguous pen names so they can be marketed to women.
Listen when people tell you about their experiences with racism and sexism in publishing.