Feminist Reads

Feminist Reads

Feminist reads to inspire you to take action and stand up for gender equality.

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Once More with Feeling

A look at the interconnected lives in one small prairie city, and how their relationships evolve over the course of a year.

Our Voice of Fire

A wildfire of a debut memoir by internationally recognized French/Cree/Iroquois journalist Brandi Morin set to transform the narrative around Indigenous Peoples.

Paris Undressed

In the spirit of Bringing Up Bébé comes the quintessential book about what French women can teach us about the world of lingerie.

Passing Ceremony

A wedding reception becomes a gothic dream. The bride is not all she seems and there is something ambiguous about the groom.

Power Politics

A groundbreaking meditation on sexual politics, love, and human tenacity from the world-renowned pioneer of feminist writing, Margaret Atwood.

Power Shift

Bestselling author, journalist, and human rights activist Sally Armstrong argues that humankind requires the equal status of women and girls.

Second Words

Reissued in a handsome A List edition, the largest collection of critical prose to date from world renowned author and poet Margaret Atwood.

Serafim and Claire

A beautiful and compulsively readable story of two dreamers whose worlds become forever connected, set in the streets of 1920s Montreal.

Shrewed

An intelligent and insightful collection of essays on women and feminism from bestselling author and Globe and Mail columnist Elizabeth Renzetti.

Small Game Hunting at the Local Coward Gun Club

Megan Gail Coles’s debut novel exposes class, gender, and racial tensions over the course of one Valentine’s Day in the dead of a winter storm.

Something for Everyone

Lisa Moore returns with her third story collection that shows us the timeless, the tragic, and the miraculous hidden in our everyday lives.

Swimming Lessons

A woman disappears without a trace. Twelve years later, her adult daughter starts finding answers hidden in the books that her mother left behind.