Feminist Book Club Experiences Second Break-In & Needs Help to Recover

What was meant to help create a worker-owned coop in Feminist Book Club has turned into a need to recuperate from a series of office break-ins.

Love Beyoncé’s Renaissance? Read these Books!

If you've been playing Beyoncé's Renaissance album on a loop, pick up these books matched to your favorite songs!

Lualhati Bautista Might Become the First Filipina to be Published by Penguin Classics

In a white and male- dominated classics genre, authors of color are starting to get off the sidelines, including this Filipina writer.

Get To Know Nellie Bly, Girl Reporter

Nellie Bly died 100 years ago. Here's a look at her legacy in fiction, nonfiction, comics, and her own incredible journalism.

Trouble in Romancelandia: Online Censorship of Romance and Erotica

How do US laws and online algorithms impact romance and erotica books?

How Is Immigrant Literature Dismantling White Feminism?

A look at recent immigrant literature and how it works to dismantle white feminism.

Little Free Diverse Libraries: What They Are and How You Can Help

What are Little Free Diverse Libraries and how can you get involved in the movement? A history and guide for starting.

Motherhood and Miscarriage: A Study of My Shelves

A reader turns to her shelves to process a missed miscarriage and difficult questions about infertility and motherhood.

10 Great Feminist Children’s Books

A reader shares the feminist children's books she hopes to read to her future child when the time comes. Add these to your TBR!

10 Facts About Madame d’Aulnoy Who Coined The Word Fairytale

Madame d'Aulnoy coined the term fairytale. She also tried twice to kill someone and was way more popular than Perrault. Find out more!