Deb Molly Writes for Tillie Olsen

I was sixteen years old when I realized that women could be writers. Obviously, I knew that women could write — and did write — books; I’d grown up with Beverly Cleary and Judy Blume and Ann M. Martin and Francine Pascal. I belonged to a generation of children raised by feminist mothers who read Ms. Magazine and told little girls that we could grow up to be the first…

Wednesday, February 1, 2012