Guess who's coming to the Non-Event Event!
"Profoundly human"—LA Review of Books on Romina Paula's AUGUST
One of the best parts of any gathering is meeting new people, and you are going to love the other Non-Event Event attendees!
The Non-Event Event Reading Menu
"August demonstrates how loss can mark a person, how it can permeate everything, and what we can do with it."
FP Staff Picks: Coming of Age Stories
Start your evening with a nice vintage from our backlist and end it with a tasty dessert from Chef Rossi. Don't forget to tip your publisher!
LIVE From the Non-Event Event Red Carpet!
From CATCHER IN THE RYE to THE HEART IS A LONELY HUNTER, the FP staff shares our favorite coming of age stories to celebrate the launch of SINCE I LAID MY BURDEN DOWN.
Meet Our Non-Event Event Sponsor... YOU!
FP readers are sporting the latest in Non-Event Event fashion! Comfy blankets! Nerdy glasses! Pillows! Check it out.
Meet Our Non-Event Event Honoree...YOU!
WHY YOU SHOULD GIVE:
We’re here for you! The Feminist Press provides books that make you think, programming that widens your perspective, tweets that make you smile, and a 47-year legacy of feminist publishing that’s always been here for you and plans to always be
You're Invited to the Non-Event Event!
Among our honorees for 2017, we are celebrating our dedicated reader and supporter… YOU
Submission Period Now Open: 2nd Annual Louise Meriwether First Book Prize
For this stay-at-home gala, you get all the great parts of a fundraising event—supporting your favorite cause—without the painful parts (Spanx! limp salad! having to pause your latest Netflix binge!)
Join FP & Friends for a BEA Indies After Party!
First time authors, submit your complete manuscript, either fiction or nonfiction, and you could receive a $5,000 advance and publication by the Feminist Press.
AUGUST excerpted on Literary Hub
Join Akashic Books, And Other Stories, the Feminist Press and Seven Stories for a night of drinks, mingling, dancing, and a book raffle
Our Favorite Children's Books
A sneak peek of AUGUST in APRIL (get it?)
We Made It.
To welcome the latest installment of the Ordinary Terrible Things series by Anastasia Higginbotham, we shared our favorite titles for kids.
NOW That's What I Call Feminist Publishing vol. 47
You've seen where we've been, now look where we are.
"Refreshing" and "necessary"— Kirkus Reviews on TELL ME ABOUT SEX, GRANDMA
Ever wondered about our first book? Our first reprints? Our favorite moments?
Older. Better. Wiser.
"A refreshingly different take on a child's sex questions. . . .With its strong message about sexual assault, this is a necessary addition to sex-education collections.” —Kirkus Reviews
Susana Morris of the CFC on WPFW
From founder Florence Howe's birthday 88 years ago to our forthcoming 50th anniversary in 2020, here are the highlights of the Feminist Press.
FP authors Ana Castillo and Sarah Schulman finalists for Lambda Lit Awards
Listen to this wonderful interview!
and a big congrats to all the other finalists!