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The 2014 Women & Power Gala was a huge success!

We held our annual gala celebration on Monday at Tribeca Rooftop.

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BABYGATE on WNYC

Dina Bakst and Phoebe Taubman, authors of BABYGATE appeared on the Brian Lehrer show on September 4th to discuss parenting and pregnancy discrimination issues. Check it out!

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THE FEMINIST UTOPIA PROJECT LAUNCHES

Check out http://www.thefeministutopiaproject.com/ for info about how to submit to The Feminist Utopia Project!

THE FEMINIST UTOPIA PROJECT
A forthcoming anthology from the Feminist Press

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GET YOUR FP TOTE BAG!

Natural with sparkly gold metallic logo! $15 includes shipping! Click here: https://www.feministpress.org/support-us/fp-tote-bag

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2014 Feminist Porn Conference Registration Opens, Lisa Duggan and Courtney Trouble to Give Keynote Talks

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact:
Tristan Taormino, info@fpcon.org

2014 Feminist Porn Conference Registration Opens, Lisa Duggan and Courtney Trouble to Give Keynote Talks

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Feminist Press Receives NEA Art Works Grant

Feminist Press Receives National Endowment for the Arts Art Works Grant to Support publishing and digitization projects

Grant One of 895 NEA Art Works Grants Funded Nationwide

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Still Brave

STILL BRAVE on Melissa Harris Perry's Black Feminism Syllabus

In response to recent criticisms of First Lady Michelle Obama, Melissa Harris Perry put together a Black Feminism syllabus. FP title STILL BRAVE: The Evolution of Black Women's Studies is listed along with works by bell books, Angela Davis, June Jordan, Paula Giddings, and more.

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Support Indie Publishers and Bookstores

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Shop for the holidays at small businesses this Saturday, Nov 30, and help indie presses like FP thrive. Need bookish ideas? Check out our holiday gifts page.

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TESTO JUNKIE reviewed in Bookforum

Johanna Fateman reviews TESTO JUNKIE in the latest issue of Bookforum. Fateman writes " Testo Junkie is an arresting hybrid work: a philosophical treatise and a literary homage embedded in a sexually explicit drug diary addressed to a ghost . . .

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Welcome, Jennifer Baumgardner, the New Publisher/Executive Director of Feminist Press!

The board of directors of the Feminist Press at CUNY is pleased to announce the selection of Jennifer Baumgardner as its new publisher/executive director. Baumgardner follows the successful tenure of Gloria Jacobs, who retired after having led the Feminist Press since 2006.

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Medea Benjamin makes Obama listen!!!

FEMINIST PRESS thanks Medea Benjamin for making a necessary intervention at Obama's foreign policy speech on May 24. She interrupted his monologue on Gitmo and targeted drone killings: “Will you compensate the families of innocent victims?”

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Baghdad Burning

RIVERBEND posts a new entry to BAGHDAD BURNING!

Riverbend, author of BAGHDAD BURNING, has posted a new entry to her blog—the first time since 2007!

http://riverbendblog.blogspot.com.au/2013_04_01_archive.html?m=1#3554538...

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Hammer!

FP author BARBARA HAMMER awarded Guggenheim Fellowship

BARBARA HAMMER, author of HAMMER: MAKING MOVIES ON SEX AND LIFE was awarded the prestigious Guggenheim Fellowship.

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NOW IN NOVEMBER part of the Pulitzer Remix

Each of the 85 poets selected will pull 30 poems out of their source text and post them, one a day, during April for National Poetry Month. Poet Ann Cefola will be working with FP title NOW IN NOVEMBER.

from Pulitzer Remix website:

Eighty-Five Poets to Create Found Poetry from Pulitzer Prize Winners During National Poetry Month

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Tristan Taormino discusses THE FEMINIST PORN BOOK with Joy Behar

Tristan Taormino will be a guest on Joy Behar's Say Anything! On Thursday, April 4th at 9pm on Current TV.

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Makers: Women Who Make America premiers Feb 26 on PBS

Watch FP authors and friends Robin Morgan, Ai-Jen Poo, Amy Richards, Beverly Guy-Sheftall, Barbara Smith, Alice Walker, Sarah Weddington, and of course Gloria Steinem on Makers premiering 2/26 on PBS.

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Claire Reed on CUNY TV

Ronnie Eldridge speaks with Claire Reed and Blance Wiesen Cook CUNY TV-- Wednesday, February 20th at 4pm and 9pm;, and Saturday February 23rd at 7pm. Or watch anytime at CUNY.TV !

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Claire Reed in the Easthampton Star

http://easthamptonstar.com/?q=Books/2013129/Portrait-Backstage-Dervish

Portrait of a Backstage Dervish

By Christopher T. Cory

January 29, 2013 - 10:24am

It was clear sailing for a youthful Claire Reed, who took several trips to Europe aboard the Queen Mary. The political storms were far off on the horizon.

“Toughing It Out”
Claire Reed
Feminist Press, $18.95

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FP Receives NEA Grant!

Feminist Press receives NEA grant

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Cristy C. Road in Bitch Mag online!

Cristy C. Road, author of SPIT AND PASSION (forthcoming December 2012) is interviewed in Bitch Magazine online. Read it here .

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The It Was Rape Project on Indiegogo

Help Jennifer Baumgardner finish her film project: "It Was Rape"

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Intimate Wars

FP author MERLE HOFFMAN on Booktv

Watch Merle Hoffman, author of Intimate Wars on CSPAN, Saturday, August 11th at 2pm.

Merle Hoffman recounts her life and career as a women's health care activist. She recalls her founding of Choices, an abortion clinic in New York, in 1971 two years prior to the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision. Merle Hoffman speaks at the New York Public Library in New York City.

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Hold on to the Sun

Consortium Launches Bookslinger App

Consortium Book Sales and Distribution launched their new Bookslinger App in April with preloaded stories. A selection from FP's own author Michal Govrin will be available in the app starting 6/15.

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FP authors JUSTIN VIVIAN BOND and LAURIE WEEKS score at the 24th Annual Lambda Literary Awards!

Congratulations to FP authors JUSTIN VIVIAN BOND and LAURIE WEEKS for their wins at this year's Lambda Literary Awards ceremony!

Transgender Nonfiction
Tango: My Childhood Backwards and in High Heels, by Justin Vivian Bond

Lesbian Debut Fiction
Zipper Mouth, by Laurie Weeks

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Calling All Women Toastmasters

WEDNESDAY, May 16: “Women: The View from the Big Stage”
6:30 P.M. / $20 by May 14th & to be on security list; ($30 at the door) RSVP: www.Toastmasters46.org/festival
Associated Press Building, 450 West 33rd Street, Manhattan

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Merle Hoffman on BBC Radio 4

Listen to Merle Hoffman, author of Intimate Wars discuss abortion politics on The Women's Hour, BBC Radio 4.

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FP Founder FLORENCE HOWE Honored Among New York's Women Leaders

Governor Cuomo Announces Opening of Capitol Exhibit Honoring Prominent New York Women

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FP Finalists for Lambda Literary Awards

We are proud to announce that two Feminist Press titles are finalists for 2012 Lambda Literary Awards! Zipper Mouth by Laurie Weeks is a finalist in the Lesbian Debut Fiction category, and Tango: My Childhood, Backwards and in High Heels by Justin Vivian Bond is a finalist in the Transgender Nonfiction Category.

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ZIPPER MOUTH is a finalist for the Edmund White Debut Fiction Award

ZIPPER MOUTH is named a finalist for the Edmund White Debut Fiction Award, from the Publishing Triangle.

Honoring the best in LGBT writing for 2011, the Publishing Triangle recognizes the finalists in six categories, including debut fiction. The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony on April 19, 2012

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Lesley Kinzel on TheNervousBreakdown.com

FP Author Lesley Kinzel is featured on the popular literary website The Nervous Breakdown.

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CELEBRATE PEOPLE'S HISTORY in Printeresting

Printeresting, the popular printmaking blog recently highlighted FP favorite CELEBRATE PEOPLE'S HISTORY.

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Check out: Celebrate People's History, Josh MacPhee

Whatever is Contained Must Be Released

Helene Aylon in "Matronita," an exhibition of Jewish feminist art

FP Author Helene Aylon's work is featured in the exhibition "Matronita," a show of Jewish feminist art at the Museum of Art, Ein Harod. It is the first time that a museum in Israel has organized a major exhibition of Jewish feminist art by women who come from a traditional Jewish background.

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Intimate Wars

Merle Hoffman on Salon.com, Forbes.com

Read about Merle Hoffman, author of INTIMATE WARS on Salon.com and Forbes.com

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DONATE

Thank you so much for your support! Our online end of year appeal is over, but donations received via mail by January 15 will be credited to 2011. We will announce the total amount raised as well as the winner of the iPad on Tuesday, January 17. Stay tuned and, in the meantime, surf our site for new and exciting books and events!

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Laura Whitehorn's "Letter to a Young Activist" in On The Issues Magazine

FP Author Laura Whitehorn shares her experience as an activist with On The Issues Magazine.

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ZIPPER MOUTH is The Rumpus's October Book Club Pick!

The Rumpus chose ZIPPER MOUTH by Laurie Weeks for their October Book Club pick! Book club members received copies of ZIPPER MOUTH and will participate in a live author chat with Laurie in November. www.therumpus.net

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Mx. Justin Vivian Bond on the Ron & Fez Show

Justin Vivian Bond appeared as a guest on The Ron & Fez Show on Siriux XM radio which aired Sunday 10/23 and Monday 10/24. A transcript of the interview can be found here.

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The Madame Curie Complex

JULIE DES JARDIN interviewed in Physics World

Physicsworld.com's Women in Science special features FP author JULIE DES JARDIN in it's inaugural podcast.

Download the podcast at http://physicsworld.com/cws/article/multimedia/47467

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FP titles available at Pages and Places Book Festival

On Saturday, October 1st, select FP titles will be available for sale at the 2011 Pages and Places book festival in Scranton, PA.

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Rape New York

Jana Leo interviewed in Feministing

Feministing editor, Chloe Angyal interviews FP author, Jana Leo about Rape New York.

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Christine Redfern interviewed in Bookslut on Kirkus!

Bookslut editor Jessa Crispin interviews Christine Redfern about Who Is Ana Mendieta? in Kirkus Reviews.

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Who Is Ana Mendieta? on RADAR blog and Twitter

Michelle Tea wrote a rave review of our new release Who Is Ana Mendieta? on the Radar Productions blog.

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Rizzuto Nominated for NBCC Award!

The Feminist Press is thrilled to announce that Rahna Reiko Rizzuto is a National Book Critics Circle finalist for best autobiography for HIROSHIMA IN THE MORNING!

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CELEBRATE PEOPLE'S HISTORY all over the web!

Some early reviews and mentions are coming in from the blog-o-sphere about Celebrate People's History!: The Poster Book of Resistance and Revolution. Check them out!

Passing the Torch in CounterPunch.

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KING KONG THEORY named ArtForum's Best of 2010!

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Artforum.com calls Virginie Despentes "a master" of feminist literature and names King Kong Theory one of the best titles of 2010.

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40 Under 40 Nominee, Lesley Kinzel Quoted in Ad Age

A recent article in Advertising Age magazine explores the reasons why advertisers should market to an ever growing population and what this means to the bottom line for manufacturers. Blogger, Lesley Kinzel speaks to the lack of selection - and therefore representation - for fat women where clothes are concerned.

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Jennifer Rosner Interviewed for the FASTER TIMES

Jennifer Rosner, author of If A Tree Falls: A Family's Quest to Hear and Be Heard, discusses raising a child with special needs, and the challenges she faced while writing her book with Cammie McGovern of the Faster Times.

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FP Authors featured in HBI Calendar

"Jewish Women Writers: the Cities behind the Stories" highlights twelve international authors whose writing illuminates life in urban settings all across the globe. Featured authors share experiences that span multiple generations, twelve cities and eight countries.

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HIROSHIMA IN THE MORNING is chosen by PUBLISHERS WEEKLY.

Hiroshima in the Morning is picked as one of the "Indie Sleepers" for the fall.

Click here to see the Publishers Weekly article.

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Author Rahna Reiko Rizzuto discusses the 65th anniversary of Hiroshima.

The author of upcoming Feminist Press release, Hiroshima in the Morning explores the connection between September 11th and the bombing of Hiroshima in a piece commemorating the 65th anniversary of the bombing.

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BOOKSLUT reviews STREB!

STREB, How the Universe Got Its Spots: Diary of a Finite Time in Finite Space, and Spider-Man Visionaries are highlighted in this August feature.

Happy Reading!

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June Jordan's HIS OWN WHERE reviewed by READING IN COLOR

The book blog READING IN COLOR reviews HIS OWN WHERE and rates it a perfect five out of five stars. The review calls HIS OWN WHERE a "fantastic book filled with small, unique scenes and daunting poetry."

Read the review here: READING IN COLOR

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THE REJECTIONIST reviews HIS OWN WHERE by June Jordan

The Rejectionist writes an impassioned review of June Jordan's HIS OWN WHERE, calling Jordan's novel "distinct and brilliantly original." The Rejectionist even demands readers to "start here, if you've never read her, and then dive right in to her magnificent, searing and gorgeous essays."

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Base Ten

Maryann Lesert's novel BASE TEN on LITERARY MAMA's Essential Reading List

The Feminist Press's BASE TEN written by Maryann Lesert has been named Essential Reading by Literary Mama, a reading and literary website for the "maternally inclined." Literary Mama's Fiction Editor Kristina Riggle calls BASE TEN a "thought-provoking, honest novel."

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Hammer!

Interview with Barbara Hammer in ARTFORUM MAGAZINE

Barbara Hammers speaks with ARTFORUM MAGAZINE about growing up in California, her knowledge of experimental filmmaker Maya Deren, Gertrude Stein and her latest film, A HORSE IS NOT A METAPHOR.

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Dream Homes

Joyce Zonana's essay NEXT YEAR IN CAIRO appears in Reader Supported News

Joyce Zonana, author of the Feminist Press's title DREAM HOMES, publishes an essay on visiting the place of her birth and planning the trip back to Cairo with her family.

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REVENGE chosen for the LA Times Summer Reading List!

REVENGE named one of the LA Times 60 Summer Reading Titles!

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Elizabeth Streb on Here & Now!

Elizabeth Streb was interviewed recently on Here and Now NPR's Boston radio affiliate WBUR.

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HUMAN RIGHTS CHAMPION RHONDA COPELON HAS DIED

On May 6, 2010, Rhonda Copelon, a CUNY School of Law professor and human rights attorney and Vice-President of the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) who broke new ground opening US federal courts and international tribunals to gender-based violence and international human rights violations, died at age 64. The cause was ovarian cancer.

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MARINA SILVA for President!

Marina Silva, former Environmental Minister and former senator of the Workers Party (PT) representing the Amazon state of Acre, has left the party to run for Brazil’s presidency next year as a Green Party candidate. Learn about her environmentalist platform by reading her biography, Marina Silva: Defending Rainforest Communities in Brazil.

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SHIRIN NESHAT's award-winning adaption of PARSIPUR's WOMEN WITHOUT MEN showing near you

July Screenings
July 30th – The Wexner Center – Columbus, OH

May Screenings
May 5th – May 10th – 360 365 Festival – Rochester, NY
May 6th – 15th – Santa Cruz Film Festival – Santa Cruz, CA
May 6th – 9th – The Maryland Film Festival – Baltimore, MD
May 7th – May 20th – The Zeitgeist Theater – New Orleans, LA

April Screenings

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What A.M. HOMES thinks of STREB

". . . it’s incredibly well written, blazingly articulate, brimming with ideas regarding space, time, movement—as if Martha Graham and Albert Einstein had a love child and named her Streb; like Batman and Robin gave her the secret code to how to explain all that happens behind KAPOW, SPLAT, and ZOWIE."—A.M. Homes

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The War Before on Z Magazine

"The late Safiya Bukhari (1950-2003) is not the most famous veteran of the Black Panther Party (BPP), but the compilation of her writings, The War Before, edited by former political prisoner Laura Whitehorn at the request of Bukhari's daughter, Wonda Jones, should be required reading alongside the memoirs of BPP cofounders Bobby Seale and Huey P. Newton."

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Publishers Weekly on the Feminist Press at 40

"If there were any doubt that the Feminist Press of the City University of New York is changing, one need look no further than its 40th anniversary celebration earlier this month at Joe's Pub in New York City with Push author Sapphire, performance artist Karen Finley, PopAction choreographer Elizabeth Streb, hip-hop performer Toni Blackman, and singer/songwriter Justin Bond.

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KING KONG THEORY on Alternet

"It is actually censorship that has shaped, created, and defined the history of X-rated films. Whatever is forbidden to be shown will soon turn up in the porn cinemas, which makes for an interesting exercise in transgression."
-Virginie Despentes, King Kong Theory

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THANKS for helping us SELL OUT Joe's Pub!

The FP benefit on March 10th was an amazing evening and here are some of the highlights.

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The Madame Curie Complex

JULIE DES JARDINS on C-SPAN

C-SPAN Book TV recently aired a talk with Julie Des Jardins on her new title, The Madame Curie Complex: The Hidden History of Women in Science. If you missed it on TV, you can now watch it online. Click here to view the video.

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FP 40th Anniversary Poster

FP's 40th Anniversary bookstore partnership

The following stores have dedicated space to the Feminist Press's new releases and incredible backlist for the month of March and beyond. Many are offering special discounts—check with your local seller.

Bluestockings Bookstore
Book Culture
Book People

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Karen Finley's THE JACKIE LOOK extended, again

You still have a chance to see FP author Karen Finley perform her acclaimed new show, THE JACKIE LOOK, which has been extended through April 24. Find out more about the show and tickets here.

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Hammer!

The editors of LJ love HAMMER!

The editors of Library Journal just picked their favorite books coming out this spring and HAMMER! is one of them. You can read their interview with Barbara Hammer on their website at: www.libraryjournal.com/article/CA6718543.html?q=Hammer. It starts about halfway down the page.

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Women in prison need your help

Women in prison need your help. The Feminist Press receives frequent requests from prisoners for our books. The FP is willing to donate the books, but we need your help with shipping costs. Donate here and your tax-deductible contribution will go directly to this cause.

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Precious

We Are All Precious

The three time Golden Globe-nominated film Precious has been receiving a lot of attention over the past few months and so has the author of the book it was based on. Sapphire is now . . .

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Find out what Baryshnikov thinks of Streb

We asked choreographer, actor, and dancer extraordinaire Mikhail Baryshnikov what he thought about the talents of Elizabeth Streb and this is what he had to say . . .

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Video: Laura Whitehorn and the reflections of an ex-Black Panther

Activist Laura Whitehorn talks about The War Before, the Black Panthers, and the rights of political prisoners.

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Why Lady Gaga calls herself a feminist

Frank talk with Lady Gaga
The pop sensation's bold stances on feminism, sexuality, fame and so much more have helped elevate her music to its own art form.
By ANN POWERS Pop Music Critic
December 13, 2009

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Video: Ann Jones talks about Women Who Kill and feminism today

Ann Jones, author of Women Who Kill, talks about the updated edition and the state of feminism.

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Video: Good advice about public transportation from Ann Jones

Nov 5, 2009 - Whether you are on a bus, train, or subway car, Ann Jones provides the solution from keeping unwanted passengers at bay.

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Video: Julie Des Jardins discusses the hidden history of women in science

Nov 3, 2009 - Julie Des Jardins talks about the lives of women scientists and her forthcoming book, due out in March 2010.

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Just added: Pictures from our Gala

Nov 3, 2009 - View some of the honorees (Rhonda Copelon, Arianna Huffington, and Taslima Nasrin) and guests at our 39th anniversary bash.

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GalleyCat talks about our 39th Anniversary Gala

Oct 23, 2009 - Amanda ReCupido, of GalleyCat and The Undomestic Goddess, recaps the words of wisdom from our honorees.

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Video: Barbara Hammer talks about her forthcoming book

Oct 13, 2009 - Inimitable pioneer filmmaker Barbara Hammer talks about her first book ever, due out early 2010.

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Sarah E. Wright, Novelist of Black Experience in the Depression, Dies at 80

Oct 2, 2009 - Sarah E. Wright, author of critically acclaimed novel This Child's Gonna Live, died September 13 in her home. Click the links below to read about her life.

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Video: Vivian Gornick on Women in Science

Oct 1, 2009 - Acclaimed critic and memoirist Vivian Gornick talks to On the Issues Magazine about the twenty-fifth anniversary edition of Women in Science.

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The Love Children, by Marilyn French

The Love Children Reviewed by Elaine Showalter

Sept 29, 2009 - Showalter's considered review of Marilyn French's final novel appeared in today's Washington Post.

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Bookpage Totally Digs the Love Children

Sept 14, 2009 - With The Women’s Room, first published in 1977, Marilyn French helped bring feminism to the forefront of modern thought and define a generation. The Love Children, her final novel, will be published posthumously...

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Dreaming of Baghdad

Her Revolutions - A Review of Dreaming of Baghdad

Aug 13, 2009 - After Iraq’s Communist Party gave up its opposition to Baath rule, Haifa Zangana joined a splinter group bent on violent revolution.

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Events

Feminist Press Holiday Ringer starring Marilyn Maye

Date(s) & Time: Dec 5, 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Location: Joe's Pub: 425 Lafayette NYC

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