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Edna St Vincent Millay's Poetry has Been Eclipsed by her Personal Life

The Guardian  |   Amandas Ong

She was once deemed ‘the greatest woman poet since Sappho’ and won a Pulitzer – but Millay’s legacy has been overshadowed by her sexuality and addictions. When pseudonymous Elena Ferrante’s identity was reportedly revealed in 2016, she reflected on the dangers of an author’s life dominating their work.

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Zelda D'Aprano fought for equality all her life. The fire in our bellies is her legacy  | Leena Van Deventer

Zelda D’Aprano was an unstoppable force, and if you didn’t like it, you best got out of the way. It’s through my work as a director of the Victorian Women’s Trust that I got to know Zelda, and she has been a personal hero of mine ever since. 

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'To Win Don't Whine’: Advice from Pakistan’s Representative to the U.N. | Fatima Syed

She’s the first woman to hold the position. Maleeha Lodhi, the first woman to be appointed permanent representative of Pakistan to the United Nations, has been breaking barriers since her initial appointment as Pakistan’s Ambassador to the United States in 1993.

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Meet the Perennials | Gina Pell  (Content Chief at The What, a clever list for curious people.)

Because age ain’t nothin’ but a number

This content is appropriate for people of all ages. And that’s the point. The days of targeting media and products at people based on their age is over. The Perennials. We are ever-blooming, relevant people of ALL ages who live in the present time, know what’s happening in the world, stay current with technology, and have friends of all ages.

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