Women in History poetry feature over at Escape Into Life. It's got poems by an international crew of women: Nicolette Wong writing about Chinese fiction writer Eileen Chang, Michaela A. Gabriel of Austria, writing about Austrian physicist Lise Meitner (later a Swedish citizen), Jeannine Hall Gailey writing about Austrian-American movie star and mathematician Hedy Lamarr, and Ren Powell, currently of Norway, writing about Cuban revolutionary Haydee Santamaria. With photos of sculpture by Petah Coyne.
Abdominator. This peacock feather, which reminds me of decorative feathers in my childhood home, is thanks to Schnobby. (Here's looking at you, bird.)
Jebulon. These birds are so amazing, but also so annoying, I hear--from Flannery O'Connor and Joan Didion, to mention a couple women writers! Didion's husband threw things at the screaming birds, I just read in The Year of Magical Thinking.
Siamese Dragon, thanks to Frankyboy5, I shall walk daintily, majestically away...