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Women Writers Week 2018: Table of Contents

This week, all of our content on the site is written by women. We'll update this table of contents page with links to new pieces as they go up.

ESSAYS 

Welcome to Women Writers Week 2018 by Chaz Ebert 

Let the River Run: On the 30th Anniversary of "Working Girl" by Christy Lemire, Sheila O'Malley and Susan Wloszczyna 

Walking a Tightrope: A Defense of "The Greatest Showman" by Elena Lazic 

Return of "Roseanne" Marked by Notable Highs and Lows by Allison Shoemaker 

The C-Section in American Movies by Violet LeVoit 

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How to Create Sex Scene that Women Will Enjoy as Much as Men by Olivia Collette 

How ABC's "The Good Doctor" is Changing Television by Jana Monji

FX's "The Americans" Keeps with Series' Strengths in Final Season by Allison Shoemaker

It Takes an Army by Carrie Rickey 

Against the Odds: Netflix Brings "Lost in Space" to WonderCon by Jana Monji 

Disability Theater Access in 2018 by Kristen Lopez 

Phantom Thread, Jane Eyre and the Power Dynamics of Hetero Romance by Shelley Farmer 

The Life of a Woman, Directed by Women by Emma Piper-Burket 

How "Night of the Living Dead" Destroyed Hammer Films by Jessica Ritchey

For Women in Film, 2017 Produced a Bloom of Optimism on the Horizon by Jennifer Merin

Looking Back at Searching for Debra Winger Through the #MeToo Lens by Olivia Collette 

On the Representation of Disabled Women in Cinema by Kristen Lopez

Tempest in a #MeToo Pot by Joyce Kulhawik

A Sense of Kindness: Andrew Haigh on "Lean on Pete" by Tomris Laffly

REVIEWS 

"Acrimony" by Monica Castillo

"Birthmarked" by Tomris Laffly

"The China Hustle" by Tina Hassannia

"Finding Your Feet" by Susan Wloszczyna

"First Match" by Jessica Ritchey

"Gemini" by Justine Smith

"God's Not Dead: A Light in Darkness" by Sheila O'Malley

"King in the Wilderness" by Arielle Bernstein

"The Last Movie Star" by Sheila O'Malley

"Love After Love" by Nell Minow

"Outside In" by Allison Shoemaker

"Ready Player One" by Christy Lemire 

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