Śląskie Studia Polonistyczne, 2013, nr 1, s. 251-256
Wielkopolski alfabet pisarek, the first literary alphabet in Poland devoted to female
writing, consists of forty-nine profiles of women authors creating and living in different
periods, from the medieval to modern times. A conceptual idea of female authors-editors,
namely Ewa Kraskowska and Lucyna Marzec, realizes a feminist idea of locality, in this case, Great Polishness, that is becoming a place of radical opening, but also a dividing
line for female writing. A literary image of the region, derived from Wielkopolski alfabet
pisarek, show the space of dynamic variety that is not and should not be a destination
place of all considerations, but just their beginning.