The thought of buying my daughter a book about baby feminists filled me with happiness. But for my son? Embarrassingly, the thought didn’t cross my mind.
A list of nine Sudanese women writers whose writing breaks new ground, invents new forms, and is informative, enjoyable, and more.
That wraps up the fall 2019 Persist, but keep an eye on Book Riot's Instagram for news about the winter edition!
A new graphic novel is part of the increasing movement to elevate 16th-century painter Artemisia Gentileschi to her rightful place as a Renaissance master.
These rebels don't play by the rules and, through their books, offer inspiration and relatability to every reader who strives to break the mold.
A reader on the experience of seeing poet Olivia Gatwood speaking truth to power at London’s Rich Mix.
Ramp up your feminist reading and explore topics on feminism and women's movements with these books about dismantling the patriarchy.
"Your books wake me up. Your characters stir something in me that I've not yet needed, or not yet dared, to activate..."
Join us for the ne edition of Persist, a feminist book club on Instagram, and check out our fall book pick!
These feminist books about Indian mythology experiment with the genre to establish that the male perception is not the only truth.
These feminist enamel pins for book lovers celebrate luminaries in literature, excellent quotable lines, and so much more.
Always wanted to read more bell hooks? These are the best bell hooks books to read, from her nonfiction to memoirs and more.
These books about the history of women's writing include personal essay collections and overviews from Margaret Atwood, Ebony Elizabeth Thomas, and more.
That's a wrap for this edition of our feminist, Instagram-only book club! Here's what we're reading next.