Nine ways for women to stop self-sabotaging

The discussion around women’s under-representation in literary awards is a perennial one, and something that, as a female writer, I feel quite strongly about. Brooke Boland over at ArtsHub has put together this great little article on how women can improve their authorial careers and counter under-representation. Although the article is targeted primarily at women, many of its tips are useful to all writers, regardless of gender.

Nine Ways for Women to Stop Self-Sabotaging

by Brooke Boland

Nine ways for women to stop self-sabotaging

 

Published by lmmerrington

L.M. Merrington is a freelance writer, editor, academic and communications professional. Her journalism and academic writing has appeared in The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Bulletin, East Asia Forum, Inside Story and South Asia Masala, among others. Her first novel, Greythorne, will be published by Momentum Books, Pan Macmillan Australia’s digital imprint, in 2015. She is currently completing an academic monograph, India and China in the Asia-Pacific, 1890–2030, and working on her next novel.

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