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LUSH Charity Pot

We are very grateful to the LUSH Charity Pot team and the LUSH Waterloo team for hosting our stall and holding a charity pot sale for the Feminist Library in their store on the 10th and 11th November. Charity Pots

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We Should All Be Feminists – Review

We Should All Be Feminists by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Review by Juliette Deblue, bookshop volunteer We Should All Be Feminists is a book everyone should read. It has been embraced by millions of people as modern feminism’s call to arms, a

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5 Classic Intersectional Feminist Books

5 Classic Intersectional Feminist Books by Jael de la Luz Jael is a Volunteer Coordinator at the Feminist Library and her feminism is influenced by her experience as a Latin American woman, with strong links to Chicanx and Black feminism

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October Friends Prize Draw – win a copy of Love/War

We are delighted to have the support of Nordisk Books and academic and author Ebba Witt-Brattström, who have donated a book to our Friend’s Scheme. We will be holding a prize draw on Tuesday 31st October and one lucky winner

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The Feminist Library story – preserving herstories, by any means necessary

The Feminist Library story – preserving herstories, by any means necessary By Magda Oldziejewska It feels like the right time to reflect on the Feminist Library struggle to stay alive. The story is not just about a campaign to keep

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Summer Fayre 2017 Review

Summer Fayre 2017 Our Summer Fayre took place on Saturday 12th August, with much activity from top to bottom of the building. Stall holders packed into the meeting room, selling beautiful handmade wares, zines, children’s books, and so on, while

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Sara Pascoe’s Edinburgh Preview Show

Sara Pascoe’s Edinburgh Preview Show Review by Maya Rose Maya took part in our Friends Scheme prize draw and won a pair of tickets to see Sara Pascoe, who has been kindly supporting the Feminist Library. Here is Maya’s review

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The Power by Naomi Alderman

‘The Power’ by Naomi Alderman, Viking, 2016 Winner of the 2017 Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction Review by Sarah O’Mahoney What would happen if women suddenly possessed a fierce new power? ”She throws her head back and pushes her chest forward

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Am I Normal Yet? by Holly Bourne

‘Am I Normal Yet?’ by Holly Bourne, Usborne Publishing, 2015 Review by Lorna Harrington Primarily aimed at teenagers, this book covers all the usual topics we would associate with a young adult novel: alcohol, sex and relationships, to name but

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Encountering the Feminist Library

Encountering the Feminist Library. One Latin American’s Chronicle By Jael da la Luz Being a migrant woman in a country where you lack friends or family networks, and you have to “start your life from scratch” is not easy. This

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