"A fascinating biography, Carolyn G. Heilbrun: Feminist in a Tenured Position now includes a new epilogue that probes the painful mystery of Heilbrun's 2003 suicide. In her moving final chapter, Kress, whose sense of personal loss is palpable through these pages, balances a life story of extraordinary accomplishment with the troubling ending Heilbrun chose to give it. [This book] is a deeply satisfying account of a woman writer whose pioneering words and example inspired many women to change their lives.(Nancy K. MillerThe Graduate CenterCity University of New Yorkand, author of But Enough about Me: Why We Read Other People’s Lives)
"To her insightful meditation on the growth of a feminist’s mind, Susan Kress has added a brilliant epilogue that reveals surprising and moving facets of Carolyn Heilbrun’s life and work. A haunting posthumous tribute.(Susan GubarIndiana Universityis the, author of the forthcoming Rooms of Our Own)
Susan Kress is Professor of English at Skidmore College and the author of numerous essays on pedagogy and women writers.