NOW That's What I Call Feminist Publishing vol. 47
"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!
#IReadIndie Celebrates International Women's Day
and a big congrats to all the other finalists!
Women Read, Women Strike
We're reading Despentes, Des Jardins, and Paula this #InternationalWomensDay. Tell us what you're reading #IReadIndie
The Greatest Moments In Feminist Publishing
"I am excited to be a part of the effort to organize the International Women’s Strike on March 8th because it is grounded in a democratic vision of feminism that acknowledges and fights for the rights and freedom of all women." —FP author Barbara Smith
Historic Feminist Press Seeks New Executive Director and Publisher
From Mary Wollstonecraft's A Vindication of the Rights of Women to the Combahee River Collective statement, Anna Julia Cooper's A Voice From The South to the founding of Lenny Letter, here are the greatest moments in feminist publishing.
A note on forty-seven years of Feminist Publishing
FP begins search for a visionary new leader
Hadassah-Brandeis Institute & the Kniznick Gallery present FP author Helène Aylon exhibit
From day one we've depended on supporters like YOU!
The Best of Independent Publishing: Celebrate Diversity
With a special reception on March 21!
The Doulas event at Parnassus Books has been CANCELED.
The best of Grove Atlantic, Abrams, Feminist Press, and more!
BLACK WAVE and NATIVE TONGUE "27 Books Every Woman In America Should Read" via Buzzfeed
Parnassus Books event has been canceled.
FP Staff Picks: What We'll Be Reading in 2017
Plus Sister Outsider, In Search of Our Mothers' Gardens, Citizen, and more!
Feminist Press selected by the ACLS as host for the Mellon/ACLS Public Fellows Program
From Roxane Gay to Jeff VanderMeer— here's what we plan on reading in 2017.
For more information, visit ACLS.org