In She's a Train and She's Dangerous: Women Alone in 1990s, women go bush, escape from the bush, set up businesses, become involved in community arts, venture out to domestic violence groups, consider the impact of war, live by themselves, live with other women, get married, get divorced.. and much more. Friendship is a recurring theme. Friendship between mothers, daughters, grandmothers and other women. An empowering collection of women's fictions, poetry, images, interviews and other conversations, by established and emerging writers and artists from around Australia. Edited by Lizz Murphy, it reflects the diversity, determination, resourcefulness and resilience of women in the 1990s.
|Title of host publication||She's a train and she's dangerous|
|Subtitle of host publication||Women alone in the 1990s|
|Place of Publication||Kalamunda|
|Publisher||Literary Mouse Press|
|Number of pages||5|
|Publication status||Published - 1994|
Lincoln, RA. (1994). Barbie: A case of medical iatrogenesis: A case of medical iatrogenesis. In L. Murphy (Ed.), She's a train and she's dangerous: Women alone in the 1990s (pp. 66-71). Kalamunda: Literary Mouse Press.