288 pages. 448 pages. BOA Editions Ltd. 128 pages. Our small staff receives hundreds of submissions each season though we publish only fifteen books a year. Hood feminism asks how we stand in solidarity as a movement for equality, when the likelihood is that same women are oppressing others. A unique autobiography exploring how morality, duty, decorum, beauty, happiness and whatever else the patriarchy is selling corsets women’s bodies, souls and sexualities. By moira j (@mxmoiraj). See more ideas about Poetry books for kids, Poetry books, Poetry. 312 pages. Now, the time for women north of 40 is here. Copper Canyon Press. Ecco. It is about four young women, living in a world in which obtains strict social hierarchies, high beauty standards, moneyed men in secret room salons, and K-pop fan mania. All Art & Poetry Books Cinema Fashion Food Pop Culture Travel. Looking to broaden your poetry perspectives? Tin House Books. 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This is the sci fi giant to read in 2020; and I mean that figuratively (it’s challenging but lyrically written) and literally (it’s 640 pages). Available for the first time in English, this volume collects some of cartoonist Kuniko Tsurita’s best graphic short stories in all their feminist, gender-questioning, visionary, dystopian glory. A stunning gift book featuring 130 poems about wanderlust, freedom and escape written by women. Out August 11. One World. Kelli Jo Ford has penned an extraordinary debut set in 1974 in the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma that is focused on mothers and daughters, the strength and sacrifices of women and the journey that growth requires. I haven’t seen this one yet but am so intrigued by over 500 pages of works representing the current—and future—Black cultural moment. Out February 11. 216 pages. ', 'how to make him jealous! Fiction, Poetry, and Feminist Nonfiction. 264 pages. Sam Baker shares her experiences of her life post 40 and encourages women to create their own stories. Mikki Kendall depicts how feminism has failed to weigh in race, class, sexual orientation and disability. By jessica Care moore (@jessicacaremoor). Here are the 10 Best Books of 2020, along with 100 Notable Books of the year. 80 pages. It will be impossible to list down all the key texts of feminism. Out April 7. Viking. It’s in these lyric fragments that the reader will discover the beautiful whole. Clive James’s joyous farewell, David Bowie speaks to Simon Armitage – and sounds of the city from Caleb Femi ... (Faber). Thu 19 Mar 2020 08.00 EDT Last modified on Sun 5 Apr 2020 05.30 EDT. Out June 30. But these how-tos are placing men on a pedestal of being 'the prize'. Out April 14. By Monica Sok (@monicasokwrites). By Jenny Zhang (@jennybagel). From the ancient world right up to the present day, it includes poems on wanderlust, travel, daydreams, flights of fancy, escaping into books, tranquillity, courage, hope and resilience. By Malaika Adero (@malaikaadero). 496 pages. Out September 15. We’ve compiled a list of books, encouraging parents to read these to their children. We’ll all need a giant dose of humor this year and Mia Mercado’s collection of essays will make you laugh out loud at the ridiculous truths of being a human. 416 pages. From the bestselling author of what a time to be alone, in this new book Chidera Eggerue will show you, once and for all, how to reframe the stale goal of finding a man. By Djaimilia Pereira de Almeida (Author), Eric M B Becker (@ericmbbecker) (Translator). Published since her untimely passing in 2018, this is Meena Alexander’s last collection of works. By Natalie Diaz (@NatalieGDiaz). 200 pages. By E. J. Koh (@thisisEJKoh). 320 pages. By Carter Sickels. Books. A vast, epic historical novel set against the backdrop of the Việt Nam conflict through the eyes of the people themselves. You will always find that rank, skin colour, and race are unequally interacting with gender and violence. We are not worthy. 240 pages. By. An essential collection of essays and speeches by Audre Lorde, exploring race, sexuality, poetry, friendship, feminism, motherhood and the need for female solidarity. (Think: Wow, No Thank You by the hilarious Samantha Irby; Hitting a Straight Lick with a Crooked Stick, which includes several “rediscovered” stories by Zora Neale Hurston; the fantastic debuts How Much of These Hills Is Gold by C Pam Zhang, All My Mother’s Lovers by Ilana Masad andLittle Godsby Meng Jin;The Night Watchman by the incomparable Louise Erdrich; A Long Petal of the Sea by the unparalleled Isabel Allende; and memoirs by Linda Sarsour, Alicia Keys and Chelsea Manning. Here, we rounded up the best feminist books … Out April 14. Dey Street Books. By Minna Salami (@msafropolitan). One of the few wonderful things about 2020 has been the incredible queer and/or feminist books that have already been published. Out August 4. Cathy Park Hong, a poet I have long admired and whose books of poetry I have reviewed, expanded her horizons in 2020. House of Anansi Press. By Aija Mayrock (@aijamayrock). Knopf. By Daina Ramey Berry (@dainarameyberry) and Kali Nicole Gross (@kaligrossphd). Good thing she’s not here! 203 pages. By Yaa Gyasi. By P. Carl (@pcarlphd). Award-winning and bestselling writer N.K. Meant to be living the dream, winning awards and praise; she was rapidly skidding towards a psychiatric ward. Books, of course, can certainly transport you—can nourish your mind and soul. The writers included below are women, TGNC, queer, LGB, aro/ace, Indigenous, Muslim, AAPI, Black, Latinx, refugees, immigrants, Jewish, Hmong, deaf, disabled, neurodivergent, Sikh and more. If you enjoyed Meija’s amazing debut, We Set the Dark on Fire, you will love its thrilling, twisting, queer, feminist sequel. 120 pages. This is the book supporting the anti-harassment street art campaign created by Fazlalizadeh in 2012, which continues to light the flame of knowledge and resistance to fight for the safety and respect all women deserve. 384 pages. Out September 15. The debut collection of poetry from moira j focuses on Indigeneity, queerness, nature and kinship. There are some amazing books coming this year that you’ve probably already heard about that won’t be on this list. This is the triumphant memoir of Judith Heumann, who drove the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act and is one of the most influential activists of our time. Even though they could not record their stories for posterity a lot of their traces could be found. Bold Type Books. By Sahar Mustafah (@saharmustafah). 258 pages. An intimate memoir by Glennon Doyle, this New York Times Nonfiction Bestseller tells the story of personal development, reclaiming your true self and trusting your boundaries. Highly informative and readable, journalist Angela Chen’s examination of asexuality is poised to be the definitive volume of the topic. AK Press. 208 pages. The incomparable Ijeoma Oluo follows her bestselling So You Want to Talk About Race with this ambitious, well-researched examination of the impact white men’s stranglehold on leadership throughout history has had on the rest of us. By Abi Daré (@abidare_author). Liveright. By Jaipreet Virdi (@jaivirdi). Silvia Moreno-Garcia has another book, Untamed Shore, scheduled for release in February from Agora Books, so be sure to check out both. Part memoir, part history, this informative and engaging book by University of Delaware professor Jaipreet Virdi explores deafness in the U.S. through the lens of the neverending search for a “cure”. It seems I can’t turn on Sirius XM or any of my go-to news stations lately without hearing Zerlina Maxwell and I am a better citizen because of it. A struggle that may take shape in many forms, but is essentially shared. This series of poems embrace the driving need for change and growth, reflecting on the past, the present and the potential of the self. 288 pages. Facebook. By Kelli Jo Ford (@kellijoford). Amistad. Seriously, just read them all. Out January 28. Consider it #RequiredReading. 256 pages. All Art & Poetry Books Cinema Fashion Food Pop Culture Travel. Out Nov. 3. Out Feb. 4. 208 pages. This is a story about enslaved women who struggled for freedom in the West Indies. This book brings together unpublished work as well as her celebrated and lesser-known articles. By Cho Nam-Joo (Author), Jamie Chang (Translator). See more ideas about Feminist books, Books, Feminist. By Maisy Card (@dracm). Out May 1. Gallery / Saga Press. By Candacy Taylor (@candacytaylor). Difficult Women tells the stories of complicated, contradictory, imperfect women who fought for equal rights. This one was on my list last year but—as so often happens in publishing—it was delayed. Out January 7. Out April 7. Either way, you should be reading the exceptional Breakbeats Poets series from Haymarket; the latest features the work of Latinx masters and up-and-comers alike. By Kristen Millares Young (@kristenmillares). Out June 2. 260 pages. This book is but one piece of a larger multidisciplinary project focused on Black mobility and culture through the lens of the Green Book; there will also be a board game, a children’s book, a Smithsonian exhibit and walking tours via mobile app. The Feminist Press 365 Fifth Avenue, Suite 5406 New York, NY 10016. Women have released some superbly empowering books this year, and in this article we've combined some of these new-release feminist reads with older feminist classics, alongside some thoughts on choosing your new title. Edited by Shirley Hune and Gail M. Nomura. Out Feb. 4. 1960s feminist poetry provided a useful space for second wave American feminist politics. Harper. Ethically produced, organic cotton tees...what is not to love? Verso. Tin House Books. By Laila Lalami (@LailaLalami). They are sure to make you laugh, cry, get mad and get going. Alice James Books. Out July 14. The author of the captivating novel She Would Be King has penned an exceptional memoir of her life in and exodus from war-torn Liberia and her adjustment to living as an African immigrant in the U.S. By Zaina Arafat (@zainaarafat). Out February 11. By Zerlina Maxwell (@zerlinamaxwell). Out April 14. Award-winning author Kao Kalia Yang has collected stories from a variety of Minneapolis refugees into this beautifully written “collective memoir” which will enlighten readers to the struggle, humanity and agency of refugees throughout the U.S.. By Nadia Owusu (@nadiaowusu1). Maisy Card’s remarkable debut is for anyone out there with family drama or trauma and for those who have tried to make their own way despite (or in spite of) it. Asking For It by Louise O’Neill 320 pages. This debut poetry collection, by spoken word artist extraordinaire Aija Mayrock, is a testament to the beauty, hardships and power of womanhood. 480 pages. Henry Holt and Co. (BYR). 512 pages. Amethyst Editions. Edited by Felicia Rose Chavez, José Olivarez (@_joseolivarez) and Willie Perdomo (@willieperdomo). Illustrative of the human costs of inhumane immigration policies. By Sasha Geffen (@sashageffen). In this semi-autobiographical debut, Echo Brown confronts themes of drug addiction, sexual abuse and depression within an evocative framework of magical realism and cements herself as a brilliant new literary voice at the same time. May 22, 2020: The word feminism can conjure up all sorts of stereotypes and negative connotations for people, and these books are just a small sampling of works meant to change that. The dark Internet is used to spread their ideas so that they are becoming a part of our collective consciousness. Out January 7. We love playing a part, however small, in raising awareness about these amazing writers and their creative works. Mapping The Migrant’s City Through Muzaffar Ali’s Gaman (1978) Books. Out March 31. By turns fearless, intimate, wry, and laugh-out-loud funny, these collections will strengthen your soul and inspire you to celebrate your own experience. Jemisin does it again, this time with a unique, immersive story of saving New York City that may just change the way you think about sci fi and fantasy—and the Big Apple. Out July 14. Through poetry, Monica Sok processes her family’s experiences of the Khmer Rouge, immigration and the Cambodian diaspora with mythical, tender reflection. 256 pages. By Cathy Park Hong (@cathyparkhong). 256 pages. Out June 16. By Rita Woods (@RitaWoodsAuthor). Out Feb. 25. 200 pages. This novel gives you an insight into Seoul from today. Sundress Publications. 88 pages. Out April 14. Let some of the best LGBTQ books 2020 had to offer be the rainbow-colored light at the end of the tunnel. Out May 12. Mika & Lolo, the bilingual book for children challenging gender stereotypes! Out March 10. By Angela Chen (@chengla). Beacon Press. Now available for the first time in English, this novel is said to have sparked a new feminist movement in Korea. April 2020 is finally here, and it's brought a boatload of great reading material with it. Tunisian American poet Leila Chatti’s powerful collection of poems centers her faith, health, embodiment, shame and womanhood. Forge Books. W. W. Norton & Company. By Kimberly Drew (@museummammy) and Jenna Wortham (@jennydeluxe). By Alexandra Chang (@alexandra_chang). 304 pages. Troublemaker and love evangelist Alexis Pauline Gumbs is back with the final installment of her extraordinary trilogy of collections, with themes of Blackness, feminism, colonialism, humanity, environmentalism and genius. 144 pages. This necessary collection is focused on practical, grassroots alternatives to current reactive measures for dealing with violence and crime. Feminist Book Fortnight starts this weekend and we're celebrating with this fierce round up of some of our favourite feisty feminist and/or womanist poetry collections from recent months, in no particular order. Award-winning author Kacen Callendar has written a vibrant and important YA novel about love: Felix Love, a transgender teen who is looking for love, for self and for others. If you’re looking for something completely different in the new year, check out Chana Porter’s absorbing debut for a peek into a utopian future brought on by a benevolent alien invasion, a future in which we still seek meaning, identity and connection. 3043 pages. Corona Cote delivers complex ideas and historical parallels in an accessible and engaging manner. Don't let the word "feminist" deter you—these books are required reading for anybody who believes in equality, freedom, and women's rights. This utterly original debut traces three generations of Taiwanese women as they grapple with myth, secrets, queerness and migration. Graywolf. Out December 1. Coming Undone tells Terri White’s story of outer success and inner turmoil as she fought with her traumatic past of poverty and sexual and physical abuse. Notes from the Women That a Movement Forgot. The feminist academic and writer spent almost 16 months inside Luzira prison in Uganda for writing a … Out April 7. Out March 17. 360 pages. Or try any of these new books that our editors recommend . Haymarket Books. This powerful first anthology from Catapult magazine features twenty writers sharing their stories of migration, family and what home means to them. In a powerful debut collection of poetry, the multitalented John Elizabeth Stintzi candidly details the fear, depression and isolation of examining one’s gender identity. 0. Caitlin Moran gives us a very funny guide to growing older and a manifesto for change. Amistad. 192 pages. These are Alice Walker’s journals; need I say more? Read 28 776 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Out October 1. Jan 18, 2020 - Kurtlarla Koşan Kadınlar, Clarissa P. Estes Frauen laufen mit Wölfen, Clarissa P. Estes More information 15 Feminist Books Every Woman Should Read! By K.S. 224 pages. With poems from classic, well loved poets as well as innovative and bold modern voices, She Will Soar is a stunning collection and an essential addition to any bookshelf. By Nicole Glover (@ni_glover). Out May 12. Out May 19. Abrams Press. 216 pages. By Chana Porter (@PorterChana). In this unsparing, unapologetic collection of poems, Lucia LoTempio addresses violence against women in intricate, powerful and potent style and language. 520 pages. With her arresting debut, Megan Giddings tackles themes of class, race and labor, all in a menacing and gripping dystopian tale of medical experimentation and what we’ll do for those we love. This is the striking debut memoir about a childhood in Oakland and the shooting death of a beloved older brother; it is also a powerful call to action to stop the endless violence against communities of color in the U.S. By Kuniko Tsurita (Author), Ryan Holmberg (Translator). One World. Dr. Rita Woods’ debut is a beautifully written historical novel centering resistance to the racism of the past and the present. Be sure to check out the first two, Spill and M Archive. This book is but one piece of a larger multidisciplinary project focused on Black mobility and culture through the lens of the Green Book; there will also be a board game, a children’s book, a Smithsonian exhibit and walking tours … Sensuous Knowledge deconstructs the systems of power and privilege, drawing on Africa-centric, feminist-first and artistic traditions in order to rediscover the world afresh. Dealing with topics like identity-building, body image and toxic beauty standards in a society in which sexism and misogyny is still a part of everyday life. New to poetry and don’t know where to start? This series of poems embrace the driving need for change and growth, reflecting on the past, the present and the potential of the self. Out February 18. Two Lines Press. The authors don’t claim that this volume is “the” definitive history of Black women in the U.S. but instead offer readers glimpses into lives all-but-lost to history and the importance of critical historiography to locate and share the experiences of Black women. (@CarterSickels). Out March 24. By Kim Sagwa (Author), Sunhee Jeong (Translator). Their lives intertwine to tell an unfamiliar yet universal tale. Men are NEVER the prize. Out July 21. In this unique and poignant memoir, Abenaki/French Canadian poet Cheryl Savageau describes her bipolar disorder in lyrical, clear and candid prose. Out May 26. By Tiffany Cross (@TiffanyDCross). University of Chicago Press. 104 pages. Out January 28. By Ijeoma Oluo (@ijeomaoluo). In her uniquely written debut novel, Zaina Arafat tackles the challenges of being a queer Palestinian American attempting to disentagle identities to locate and celebrate the true self. Edited by Nicole Chung (@nicolesjchung) and Mensah Demary. 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