The World’s Most Powerful Women In Tech 2016

The modern days bring positive changes in the lives of women. Several opportunities have opened up for them, which were just once available for the opposite gender. While women today enjoy various rights, including the right to education and voting, this was something that they were deprived of in the past. Since they didn't have [...]

Ask The Author: R. L. Martinez

The Bandwagon reviewer James McStravick interviews author R.L. Martinez. R. L. Martinez writes fantasy and science fiction with dark edges and corners. She lives in Oklahoma in a house where all the doors are hung wrong and the sinks are in the shape of seashells (hello, 1983!). Also occupying her domicile are one crotchety husband of Mexican [...]

#InspiringWomen: July

Welcome to The Bandwagon’s new feature for 2016 – #InspiringWomen. These posts aim to not only celebrate successful women, but also to encourage others to follow their dreams. Meet July's lady, Karin Bosman. Activist, writer and inspiring woman, Karin Bosman is fighting to protect people from workplace sexual harassment. Her personal experiences are powerful, and [...]

#InspiringWomen: June

Welcome to The Bandwagon’s new feature for 2016 – #InspiringWomen. These posts aim to not only celebrate successful women, but also to encourage others to follow their dreams. Meet June's lady, Rosie Amber. Self-described as a book reviewer, avid reader and bookworm, Rosie Amber is campaigning to link more readers to writers. What made you [...]

#InspiringWomen: May

Welcome to The Bandwagon’s new feature for 2016 – #InspiringWomen. These posts aim to not only celebrate successful women, but also to encourage others to follow their dreams. Meet May's lady, Sian Norris. Sian Norris is a writer and feminist activist. She is the co-editor of Read Women, the founder and director of the Bristol Women's [...]

From Woman To Wife: A Feminist Affair

I can imagine the headlines now. "Woman Takes Day Off Being Feminist In Order To Marry!", as Laura Bates, founder of Everyday Sexism, joked in this article. We've set the date, informed the guests, and given notice at the registry office. It's happening - your favourite blogger is getting married later in the year. We were [...]

#InspiringWomen: April

  Welcome to The Bandwagon’s new feature for 2016 – #InspiringWomen. These posts aim to not only celebrate successful women, but also to encourage others to follow their dreams. Meet April's lady, Ana Oliveira, a 27-year-old Portuguese girl working in Brussels. Besides working as a Junior Liaison Officer for EuroHealthNet, a not-for-profit partnership for health equity and [...]

Childfree By Choice: Why Are You So Concerned About What Comes Out of My Vagina?

Or doesn't, as the case may be. As a woman, I'm getting pretty sick of being told that I'll change my mind about not wanting children. That I'm selfish. That I'm going against nature. That I'm using up public money to fund my despicable lifestyle choice. Like this woman. Journalist Holly Brockwell has won her [...]

Interview: Karen Sullivan (Orenda Books)

I spoke to the wonderful Karen Sullivan, head of Orenda Books, about her publishing house, and why she's passionate about books. Tell me more about Orenda Books. What's the passion behind the publisher? I started Orenda Books about 16 months ago, with a view to publishing literary fiction with a heavy emphasis on crime thrillers, [...]

#InspiringWomen: March

Welcome to The Bandwagon’s new feature for 2016 – #InspiringWomen. These posts aim to not only celebrate successful women, but also to encourage others to follow their dreams. Meet March's lady, Sonia Jade Byrne. Sonia's a tattoo artist living in Devon, England. She previously worked at Loki Ink in Plymouth, which was quite literally round the [...]