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Redressing literature's gender imbalance

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Claire Capel-Stanley

Book advertisements on Mother’s Day and Father’s Day betray how gendered the publishing world remains.

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About the author

Claire Capel-Stanley is a writer and arts administrator with experience working in the not-for-profit arts sector and national cultural institutions. Claire writes on art and other things for various publications and has made poetry for the wall, the page and performance. Claire is currently Program Officer at Writers Victoria.