Feminist Book Club is about more than books,
it’s a complete feminist experience.
When you subscribe to the Feminist Book Club subscription box, not only are you supporting feminist literature, you’re also supporting several small woman- and queer-owned businesses at once. Each box features two or more carefully curated products from businesses we love. The mailing box itself is a handcrafted work of art, collaged with love one at a time.
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Box subscribers also get the opportunity to connect with other members all over the world through our secret discussion group. We use this space to chat about the books and products all month long but it’s also a beautiful and supportive space to process the everyday bullshit we experience in this heinous political climate.
Check out previous books and products here.
In true non-hierarchical feminist fashion, members have the opportunity to suggest titles for an upcoming box. We then vote on these suggestions to determine which book will be in the next box. Have you already read the book of the month? You can always skip the month but stay in the discussion group!
Hosted by FBC founder Renee M. Powers, Feminist Book Club: The Podcast is a weekly show featuring conversations and interviews with feminist authors, writers, and readers. Tune in every Thursday for an easy way to expand and diversify your To-Read list.
Learn more about the podcast here.
Learn more about the founder here.
We donate a portion of all sales to a different feminist organization each month, with an emphasis on smaller non-profits where our money can make a big impact. Previous beneficiaries include the Trans Women of Color Collective, Peace Families Project, Cafe Femenino, Girls For a Change, Safe BAE, AnitaB.org, RAD Remedy, and WEWIN.
There’s so much more to expect in 2019, including in-person events and opportunities to do feminist work on the ground.
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Have questions? Visit our FAQ or shoot us an email at hello[at]feministbookclub.com.
Our mailing address is:
Feminist Book Club
2909 S. Wayzata Blvd.
Minneapolis, MN 55405