Snail's Postcard Post

Women of Words

It’s International Women’s Day! And continuing with the postcard series in honor of the U.S.’s Women’s History Month, today’s post is devoted to female writers.

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McKenna (RIP 2003) photographed many authors–her first author photograph was of Truman Capote–particularly poets, including the portraits of Dylan Thomas.
Postcard acquired at City Lights Bookstore, San Francisco

IMG_5263Intense drama set it punk-era L.A. by the author of White Oleander

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IMG_2300_2Anais Nin, New York City, 1971.
Photograph by the ultimate photographer of contemporary writers (1970′s-), Jill Krementz (who also happens to be the widow of Kurt Vonnegut).
Postcard acquired at City Lights Bookstore, San Francisco 

Tomorrow’s the last day of this weeklong women’s homage. Don’t miss it!

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