Recently, Publisher’s Weekly released the list of best books of ’09. Recently after that, Women in Letters and Literary Arts (WILLA) raised a bit of hell that there were no lady writers in the top ten. Even more recently than that, Issue Five contributor Amelia Gray wrote a lucid essay over at the Huff Post, which sorts the whole mess out in a level-headed, thought provoking manner.
Why are there more men than women on the PW list? Simply because there are more men submitting to publishers. Read the piece here.
Thanks HTMLGiant for the heads up.
Thanks Plan59 for the image.