Snow capped mountains, cold nights, frosty covered windows — winter is upon us. Which can only mean one thing, the winter 2014 (Nov/Dec/Jan 2014) issue of Where Women Create Magazine hit store shelves and newsstands on November 1st. Inside our latest issue you will find inspiring articles, spaces, and women to help pass your time on those cold winter nights.
Our winter issue will give you the chance to peek inside the studios and minds of some of the most amazing and inspiring women in the creative world. Within the pages of our latest issue we visit the word filled world of Margaret Wrinkle.
“Born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama, Margaret Wrinkle is a writer, filmmaker, educator, and visual artist now residing in rural New Mexico. Her debut novel, ‘Wash,’ published by Grove/Atlantic is February 2013, reexamines American slavery in ways that challenge contemporary assumptions about history, race, power, and healing. It has been a People magazine pick of the week and one of O Magazine’s ‘Ten Titles to Pick Up Now,’ and it was just named as a finalist for the Flaherty Dunnan First Novel Prize given by the Center for Fiction. Her award-winning documentary, ‘broken/grounded,’ was featured on NPR’s ‘Morning Edition’ and was a winner of the Council on Foundations Film Festival.” (Quoted from Margaret’s article in Where Women Create magazine.)
Read more about Margaret Wrinkle in the Winter 2014 (Nov/Dec/Jan) issue of Where Women Create Magazine. Click here to subscribe or purchase Where Women Create Magazine.