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Alix Harrow, The Once and Future Witches

I cannot say enough good things about this book. I loved every single page. I read it at the beginning of the year and it set me up for such a rich and rewarding year of reading.

The Once and Future Witches is set in the USA in 1893 where … [Read More...]

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, We should all be feminists

There’s nothing I don’t love about this book. It’s short and very easy to read in an hour or so, which is appealing of course. But mainly I love the way Adichie clearly articulates the case for feminism with such clarity. She’s also a person you want to spend time … [Read More...]

Reni Eddo-Lodge, Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People about Race

You may already have picked this one up, but if not, I didn’t want it to be left behind in the flurry of books that will come onto the market this year. I was fortunate to be in a small group of people listening to Eddo-Lodge speak about this when … [Read More...]

Audre Lorde, Your Silence Will Not Protect You

I consider this essential reading for anyone who calls themselves a feminist. There are few who write with such clarity and wisdom as Lorde. I don’t want to try to summarise her work. Rather, let me give you some samples of it.

‘Women responding to racism means women responding to … [Read More...]

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