Evangeline Holland

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Archive for May, 2016

May 24th, 2016 by Evangeline Holland

On After You’ve Gone

This post is a week late, seeing as how my short story was released in ebook format last Tuesday. Nevertheless, I am excited and still thrilled by being able to see this story in particular sitting on bookshelves and available for individual purchase. When Heather Webb tapped me for this anthology, my brain immediately raced […]

May 23rd, 2016 by Evangeline Holland

Pistols and Petticoats: How Women Write the West

The myth of the frontier or the border, as perpetrated by male writers, has centered on the loner, the “fugitive from civilization,” (Smith 54) whose role is to clear the path for settlers and be the bridge between savage and civilization, yet whose synthesis with the wilderness bars him from the possibilities of a domestic […]