Originally published in 1923, this epic tale of motherhood, money, and sacrifice inspired the first radio soap opera, a play, and three films, including the Oscar-nominated 1937 movie starring Barbara Stanwyck.
This hidden classic, censored for half a century, follows the obsessive pleasures and repressed secrets of two schoolgirls in love.
The son of Holocaust survivors promises he'll marry Jewish--but life intervenes when he meets Cleo, an African American activist.
"A foul-mouthed Nancy Mitford for the Gawker generation."
This on-the-road mystery follows the search for a missing girl, providing a scathing commentary on contemporary life.
A refreshingly honest portrayal of divorce, this beautifully illustrated book offers children the hope of staying whole as parents split.
The essential collection by sex workers on sex work, prostitute rights, and the real media whores who sensationalize them.
A riveting, true-to-life play and provocative essays examine rape and bullying culture, offering resources for survivors and bystanders.
Who is your icon? Today’s most fascinating writers reveal a private view on a public person.
We hear of Iran in the world news, but these deeply personal, literary tales show a hidden way of life.
A novel about sisters, the legacy of the Black Power Movement, and the troubled bond between African Americans and Africans.
An essential guide to navigating the workplace during pregnancy and early parenthood, including a state-specific guide to parents' rights.
A forty-three-year-old Latina stumbles her way to spiritual self-rescue through sexual adventures and small-time hustles.
The most visionary book on gender and sexuality today.
The original manifestos, calls to arms, and rallying cries of the Riot Grrrl revolution, collected here for the first time.
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Join us on August 29 for the Feminist Press Hamptons Party! Readings by Blanche Wiesen Cook, Merle Hoffman, and Zoe Kamitses, plus a silent auction!