Feminist Reads

Feminist Reads

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

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Is There Still Sex in the City?

Candace Bushnell, author of Sex and the City, delivers a highly entertaining book on the highs and lows of sex and dating after fifty.

Kim Jiyoung, Born 1982

A bestseller that has sold over one million copies internationally and the most important book to have come out of South Korea since The Vegetarian.

Kiss the Undertow

The disturbing story of a swimmer navigating the abuse of her body and mind as she trains for competition, exploring the nature of power and will.

Kukum

A Quebec bestseller based on the life of Michel Jean’s great-grandmother that delivers an empathetic portrait of drastic change in an Innu community.

Little Crosses

A daughter examines her complicated relationship with a charismatic, narcissistic mother who now lives with alcohol-related dementia.

Mermaids and Ikons

Beloved poet and novelist Gwendolyn MacEwen’s first work of nonfiction in a handsome A List edition.

Miss Kim Knows and Other Stories

Searing stories that critique the gender pressures and injustices rife in modern Korea from the author of Kim Jiyoung, Born 1982

Moving Targets

Moving Targets is an expansive and essential collection of critical prose by legendary novelist, poet, and essayist Margaret Atwood.

Museum of Bone and Water

A provocative investigation of the human body — our physical and spiritual museums of identity and desire.

No More Nice Girls

An insightful novel that shows how women are disrupting the standard (very male) vision of power and ditching convention.

No Stars in the Sky

A new collection of hard-hitting and intimate stories by award-winning Mexican Canadian author Martha Bátiz.

On Love and Tyranny

In an utterly unique approach to biography, On Love and Tyranny traces the life and work of the iconic German Jewish intellectual Hannah Arendt.