Adanna, a name of Nigerian origin, pronounced a-DAN-a, is defined as “her father’s daughter.” This literary journal is titled Adanna because women over the centuries have been defined by men in politics, through marriage, and, most importantly, by the men who fathered them. Today women are still bound by complex roles in society, often needing to wear more than one hat or sacrifice one role so another may flourish.
While this journal is dedicated to women, it is not exclusive, and it welcomes our counterparts and their thoughts about women today. Submissions to Adanna must reflect women’s issues or topics, celebrate womanhood, and shout out in passion. To learn more about Adanna, visit a Review by Bethany Zohner, "New Pages." Adanna listed with Michael R. Burch's The HyperTexts.
Contributors: Cara Armstrong, Wendy Barnes, Joan E. Bauer, Carol Berg,
Mary Brancaccio, Kaye Lesley Cleave,
Gail C. DiMaggio, Sandra Duguid, Dianne Feula, Laura
Foley, Laura Freedgood (Guest Editor), Deborah
Gristelfink, Rasma Haidri, Lois Marie Harrod, Darla
Himeles, Deborah L. Humphreys, Susan Kress,
Susanna Lang, Gina Larkin, Eve F. W. Linn,, Danielle Lovallo, Lynne McEniry
(Guest Editor), Kaitlyn McLaughlin, Marjorie Power, Susanna Rich, Penelope, Scambly Schott, Christine Stewart-Nuñez,
Carole Stone, Diane Stone, Alexandra Yates, Lori
Wilson. Lisa Wujnovich