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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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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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Typical Girls Magazine – Out 22nd May

We are pleased to hear about the imminent release of the third issue of Typical Girls. Out on 22nd May, Issue 3 is based around Generations, and features the likes of Hollie Cook (in the lead up to the release

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Sara Pascoe Interview

Writer, stand-up comedian and vegan Sara Pascoe is kindly supporting May’s Friends Scheme with a prize draw to win a copy of her latest book and gig tickets. Following appearances on satirical TV shows The Thick of It, Have I

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Rosie Garland Interview – and special Friends Scheme book offer!

We are delighted to offer Friends a whopping 50% discount off two of the award-winning author, Rosie Garland’s books. VIXEN and PALACE OF CURIOSITIES. To become a Friend and take advantage of this great offer, please sign up here: http://feministlibrary.co.uk/support/friends-scheme/

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Recent Acquisitions

Books Reclaiming feminism: challenging everyday misogyny, Miriam E. David. A broad exploration of feminism in the last fifty years in academia and beyond. Policy Press, 2016 I stopped drinking and I hate you all. A short booklet about a Londoner’s

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Help us with our exciting move

Would you like to help the Feminist Library in our move to new premises? The future of the Feminist Library is looking bright, we are on the way to a new home at OKRS. But as you can imagine, it is

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Visit to the Bishopsgate Institute

Many thanks to Bishopsgate Institute for giving a tour of their incredible archive to our Collections team this month!  Located on Bishopsgate, near Liverpool St station in London’s Spitalfields area, Bishopsgate Institute is a hidden gem. Their Victorian Library houses

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Newsletter Winter 2016

Download our quarterly Newsletter for Winter 2016, full of news, reviews and the latest feminist event listings.

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