Featured Series | Anne Logan: Books, Cats, & A Bit Of Wowza

Anne Logan's Logo for I've Read This

Reading any new post, book review, or update of her weekly radio appearance on CBC’s Homestretch is something that all of her readers, I assume, enjoy doing–speaking for myself. I know I do. When I started The Black Lion Journal, I hunted for genuinely friendly and kind people online that were willing to share and contribute their articles and reviews. Was I more than happy when my beady eyes landed on Anne Logan’s I’ve Read This website (what a title!) whose book reviews featured pictures of her cat? Yes. Yes I was.

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Featured Series | Rachel Routier: Lobsters, Travels, and the Mid-West Life

When our TBL Journal Administrator sought the largely known WordPress Reader for bloggers that wrote about travel and life, her little eyes caught the wonderful Rachel Routier and her blog about travel, food, and a bit about the mid-west. Our Administrator was hooked. One thing that is immediately apparent is Rachel Routier's free spirit--which you …

Featured Series | Angela Vincent: Humility, London, and Other Musings–All in a Bookworm’s Life

There is no doubt in our TBL Administrator's mind that women empowering others to read and to love books is a priceless value. For this reason, when she spied Angela Vincent--book blogger, Londoner, attested bookworm--she knew that she wanted a writer, blogger, and reviewer like her as a re-post contributor. So she asked if she …

Featured Series | A.E. Hellar: Women and SF

When our TBL Administrator first began TBL, her thought was always to find and highlight women writers who excelled in predominantly male-focused enterprises. Then on WordPress, she found her first book blogger and book reviewer whose enthusiasm for science fiction and woman writers astounded her. Meet A.E. Hellar; a humble woman, an activist, a BLM …

Featured Series | Pinks + Femme: On Women and Rhetoric

This past May, our TBL Administrator graduated with a Master's Degree in Rhetoric and Writing, with an emphasis in Professional and Technical Writing, from SDSU, and has since appreciated Rhetoric in all forms, despite its nasty connotation. Pinks+Femme is the brainchild of fellow Rhetoric and Writing studies classmates, Jamie McDowell (Femme) and Kristin Agnes (Pinks). …