Infamous Scribblers

women writers of the long eighteenth century

Act of Union; or, a contemporary diversion and happy announcement in the form of a fellow scribbling woman

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Infamous Scribblers is thrilled to announce a new main writer: my colleague and friend, Sonya. Sonya is a lecturer in English at Ohio State University in Columbus. She specializes in “long” eighteenth-century transatlantic literature and culture with a specific interest in work by, for, and about women. Her dissertation and publication history centers strongly on women writers and captivity narratives. We will be posting her bio and photo this upcoming week–what’s more, we’ll hear about an American woman scribbler for the first time (*I shall keep you in suspense*)!

While we’re waiting, I just want to gush a bit and say I am thrilled Sonya is on board–she will offer Infamous Scribblers a wider range of knowledge (geographically and intellectually), enthusiasm, and beauty as we traverse the communities of women writers in what we agree to be one of the most compelling periods in history.

Here’s to women scribbling together–quite infamous, indeed!

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