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Lalla, Lal Ded or Lal Arifa — , Mystic and poet; creator of mystic poetry called vatsun , earliest compositions in Kashmiri language Li Qingzhao — c. Meera, Meera Bai c. Mary Barber — , Irish poet, member of Swift's circle Aphra Behn — , dramatist of the English Restoration and was one of the first English professional female writers Anne Bradstreet c.
Nana Asma'u — , Fulani poet and pioneer of women's education in Sokoto Caliphate Anna Laetitia Barbauld — , English poet, essayist, literary critic, and children's author Susanna Blamire — , English poet Ann Eliza Bleecker — , American poet and correspondent Martha Wadsworth Brewster — c.
Elizabeth Barrett Browning — , prominent English poet Elizabeth Margaret Chandler — , American poet and writer, first American woman writer to make abolition of slavery her main theme Lydia Maria Child — , American poet, novelist and journalist Caroline Clive — , English poet and novelist Lucretia Maria Davidson — , American poet Marjorie Marjory Fleming — , Scottish child diarist and poet Frances Dana Barker Gage — , American writer, poet, reformer, feminist and abolitionist Letitia Elizabeth Landon L.
Marion Angus — , Scottish poet writing in Scots and standard English Olivia Ward Bush — , American author, poet and journalist Mary Elizabeth Coleridge — , English novelist, poet, essayist and critic Marguerite Coppin — woman Poet Laureate of Belgium Mary Eliza Fullerton — , Australian feminist poet, short story writer, journalist and novelist Charlotte Perkins Gilman — , American sociologist, author, poet and lecturer for social reform Mary Gilmore — , Australian socialist poet and journalist Alice Harriman — , American poet, author and publisher Josephine D.
Heard — c. Eleanor Hallowell Abbott — , American poet, novelist and short story writer Lucie Delarue-Mardrus — , French poet, novelist and journalist Alice Dunbar-Nelson — , American poet, journalist and political activist Georgia Douglas Johnson — , American poet Gertrud von Le Fort — , German novelist, poet and essayist Amy Lowell — , American poet of Imagist school, posthumous Pulitzer Prize for Poetry winner in Agnes Miegel — , German journalist, writer and poet L.