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writers like Djuna Barnes, Anne Carson and Gertrude Stein. From her artwork rose the #readwomen2014 movement and a global discussion of why readers should consciously choose books by women. Though not a new topic—each year, VIDA: Women in Literary Arts publishes statistics that illustrate publishing’s gender disparity—#readwomen2014 is a simple prescription for transforming this environment of inequality. Want to join in? For your next read, choose a book written by a woman, like Celeste Ng, who launches her debut in New York this week. Here are some varied picks to get you started.In late 2013, writer and illustrator Joanna Walsh created a series of New Year’s bookmarks featuring women