Comics for Choice

Comics for Choice

Hazel Newlevant, Whit Taylor, and O.K. Fox pair artists with writers and activists supporting reproductive health and choice in this informative collection. I expected this to be a simple zine […]

Dear Ijeawele

Dear Ijeawele

When Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie recevied a letter from her friend, Ijeawele, asking for advice on raising a feminist daughter, she wasn’t sure where to begin. This is a version of […]

What Happened

What Happened

Hillary Rodham Clinton delivers a candid look at her thoughts, feelings, and concerns from the beginning of her campaign to the beginning of the presidency of Donald Trump. Clinton looks […]

You Can’t Pick Your Genre

You Can’t Pick Your Genre

Emily O’Neill uses the imagery of slasher films to tackle the topic of violence against women and survival. This collection of poetry begins with a strong statement: how girls are […]

Men Explain Things to Me

Men Explain Things to Me

Rebecca Solnit tackles feminist issues in this collection of essays. Solnit begins her collection with a lighthearted essay about how men often assume women know less about something than they […]

The V-Word

The V-Word

The V-Word is an anthology of the first-time sexual experiences of several YA authors. They discuss their own ideas about sex as a teen, how that affected their first sexual […]