Yellow Wallpaper

Behind the Yellow Wallpaper: Literature and the Psychology of Change

a panel discussion moderated by Rose Yndigoyen, editor of Behind the Yellow Wallpaper: New Tales of Madness 20 October, 7PM Teachers College Milbank Chapel, Columbia University Charlotte Perkins Gilman published “The Yellow Wallpaper” in 1892, exposing the realities behind the

Behind the Yellow Wallpaper: Literature and the Psychology of Change

a panel discussion moderated by Rose Yndigoyen, editor of Behind the Yellow Wallpaper: New Tales of Madness 20 October, 7PM Teachers College Milbank Chapel, Columbia University Charlotte Perkins Gilman published “The Yellow Wallpaper” in 1892, exposing the realities behind the

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Can you see a pattern Behind the Yellow Wallpaper?                Behind the Yellow Wallpaper: New Tales of Madness is available as an eBook for:Kindle, Nook, Kobo, iBooks, Google Play & in print from Amazon, Barnes & Noble,

#BehindTheYellowWallpaper memes

Can you see a pattern Behind the Yellow Wallpaper?                Behind the Yellow Wallpaper: New Tales of Madness is available as an eBook for:Kindle, Nook, Kobo, iBooks, Google Play & in print from Amazon, Barnes & Noble,

Artist Spotlight: Loreal Prystaj

Loreal Prystaj is a visual artist based in New York City. She was born and raised upstate in Rochester and has always loved visually creating: from illustrating and sculpting to painting and photography. Her work is eye catching, full of

Artist Spotlight: Loreal Prystaj

Loreal Prystaj is a visual artist based in New York City. She was born and raised upstate in Rochester and has always loved visually creating: from illustrating and sculpting to painting and photography. Her work is eye catching, full of

Author Spotlight: Drastic Measures

Some women use drastic measures to break out from “behind the yellow wallpaper.” Here are three authors whose characters will do whatever it takes to get themselves free.   Gabriela Denise Frank is a Detroit native and Seattle resident, and

Author Spotlight: Drastic Measures

Some women use drastic measures to break out from “behind the yellow wallpaper.” Here are three authors whose characters will do whatever it takes to get themselves free.   Gabriela Denise Frank is a Detroit native and Seattle resident, and

Author Spotlight: Faith

From organized religion to self actualization, these four authors explore the many facets of faith in women’s lives.   P.J. Schaefer earned her Ph.D. in American literature at Fordham University, New York and teaches at SUNY Westchester Community College. She

Author Spotlight: Faith

From organized religion to self actualization, these four authors explore the many facets of faith in women’s lives.   P.J. Schaefer earned her Ph.D. in American literature at Fordham University, New York and teaches at SUNY Westchester Community College. She

Author Spotlight: Reality & Release

Reality isn’t always good to women. So not all women stay there. These four authors explore the difficult territory that leads right up to the edge of the world we know.   Henri Bensussen has published poems and stories in

Author Spotlight: Reality & Release

Reality isn’t always good to women. So not all women stay there. These four authors explore the difficult territory that leads right up to the edge of the world we know.   Henri Bensussen has published poems and stories in

Author Spotlight: Motherhood & Marriage

Picket fences throw long shadows. These four authors gave us stories that delve into the complicated compromises that women often make in motherhood and marriage. Thumbnail image by Loreal Prystaj

Author Spotlight: Motherhood & Marriage

Picket fences throw long shadows. These four authors gave us stories that delve into the complicated compromises that women often make in motherhood and marriage. Thumbnail image by Loreal Prystaj

Editor Spotlight: Rose Yndigoyen

Readers of our Southern Gothic anthology may remember Rose Yndigoyen from her contribution “Long Gone Girls,” about which Amy Susan Willson said: “captures the mood of a young woman who yearns for human connection so strongly that she invents an

Editor Spotlight: Rose Yndigoyen

Readers of our Southern Gothic anthology may remember Rose Yndigoyen from her contribution “Long Gone Girls,” about which Amy Susan Willson said: “captures the mood of a young woman who yearns for human connection so strongly that she invents an

Behind the Yellow Wallpaper: Women and Madness in Literature

A panel discussion moderated by Rose Yndigoyen, editor of Behind the Yellow Wallpaper: New Tales of Madness, 19 July 2014, 2PM, at the NYPL’s Jefferson Market Library

Behind the Yellow Wallpaper: Women and Madness in Literature

A panel discussion moderated by Rose Yndigoyen, editor of Behind the Yellow Wallpaper: New Tales of Madness, 19 July 2014, 2PM, at the NYPL’s Jefferson Market Library

Behind the Yellow Wallpaper: New Tales of Madness

“The Yellow Wallpaper” by Charlotte Perkins Gilman is a feminist classic, a haunting critique of the isolation treatment for female hysteria wrapped up in a superb psychological horror story. Over a century later women are still battling gender bias in the treatment of mental illness. Here are 15 stories of very different women who have in common the fact that they are fighting for control of their worlds and of their minds.

Behind the Yellow Wallpaper: New Tales of Madness

“The Yellow Wallpaper” by Charlotte Perkins Gilman is a feminist classic, a haunting critique of the isolation treatment for female hysteria wrapped up in a superb psychological horror story. Over a century later women are still battling gender bias in the treatment of mental illness. Here are 15 stories of very different women who have in common the fact that they are fighting for control of their worlds and of their minds.