Saturday, November 14, 2009


have something to say about Publisher's Weekly Best List.

Which came from here.


Charles Gramlich said...

the original list contained "no" books by women? That's bizarre, and certainly beyond any statistical probablility. Someone wasn't paying attention to the real world of literature.

Laurie Powers said...

I can't believe it either. I love that Guerilla Girls blog - thanks for the tip.

George said...

I see Megan's book is listed. As it should be!

R/T said...

I respond at Novels, Stories, and More. The Guerilla Girls raise some interesting issues by posting their list. My comments at my blog (and at the GG's blog) are intended as provocative but only in the most positive and constructive sense of the word. Please feel free to join the discussion.

Todd Mason said...

The GGs (like the Go-Go's had been) have been at this for a while, now...glad to see they're still ready for the good fight, and keeping their spirits up.

wv: horks (I'm sure they do, in responsse to such stimulus)

Corey Wilde said...

They included Evanovich on a "best of" list??? The list lost all credibility with me when I saw that.

pattinase (abbott) said...

I think they are making a point more than choosing any best books. They certainly do like poetry.

Danielle said...


I just wanted to drop you a line and let you know that Guerrilla Girls on Tour was just republishing the WILLA wiki list of Great Books by Women that Publisher’s Weekly Missed in 2009. Folks should feel free to add other great titles to our open edit response!


Danielle Pafunda
Outreach Committee Chair
WILLA Women in Letters and Literary Arts