About

Hello fierce bibliophiles,

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 My name is Ellie and I’m a literary and nonprofit freelance journalist. I created The Pink Paperbacks in college because I was more interested in learning about Zelda than Fitzgerald in the classroom. Instead of reading about foreigner stereotypes in classic novels, I wanted to travel with immigrants as they crossed porous literary borders. I needed Hemon, not Hemingway.

The Pink P is a fluff-free feminist exploration that highlights novels, characters, authors and everyday literary triumphs. It celebrates and devours books that embrace feminist themes while investigating novels that aid the patriarchy. So whether the posts are told in words or by humorous GIFs, I hope to offer a safe place for dialogue — a place for feminist literary warriors to question the written word. 

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Something on your mind? Let’s talk about it over email. You can contact me at thepinkpaperbacks@gmail.com

Let the pink literary canons roar!

Ellie

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3 responses to “About

  1. Hi! Do you mind if I include a link to your blog on my blog? You have a very similar interest to mine – which is promoting stories that are feminist. I would like to include the link on my home page, under the right hand box “Recommended Sites”. Let me know if if that is OK or not 🙂

    • That would be so awesome! Thank you Lindsey! I checked out your blog and love that we write about the same topics (Also, l appreciate your review of Maleficent. Pro-feminism. Pro-Angelina Jolie). I would love to share some of your articles on the Pink P’s Facebook account if that’s okay?

      • Thank you for getting back to me so quickly! Feel free to share any of my articles 🙂 I will update my Recommended sites right now with your blog.

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