The Second Shelf: On the Rules of Literary Fiction for Men and Women
The New York Times
An article by Meg Wolitzer in the New York Times Sunday Book Review in which she argues that literary fiction written by women is relegated to the niche of "women's fiction." The effect of this, according to Wolitzer, is to limit the readers of fiction written by women primarily to women. Click on the link above to access the article.
Wolitzer, Meg, Literature, Women Fiction Writers, Men Fiction Writers