Alternative Realities of Grief; the covers of Beautyland by Marie-Helene Bertino; Grief is for People by Sloane Crosley, and Death Valley by Melissa Broder superimposed on tombstones.
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Grief’s Alternative Realities: Books Where Loss Shapes the World

This post may include affiliate links, which means we make a small commission on any sales. This commission helps Feminist Book Club pay our contributors, so thanks for supporting small, independent media! Loss stops us in our tracks. It can alter our perception of time, and interrupt or change the course of our lives. Grief’s […]

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The book Micro Activism on top of a green shirt that says "Bans Off Our Bodies"
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Micro Activism: How You Can Make a Difference in the World (Without a Bullhorn)

This post was sponsored by Storey Press. All opinions are my own. Our sponsors help us to pay our staff and to keep feminist media independent! My schedule has gotten exceptionally full lately and I know I’m not alone in this. Once summer is over, it feels like we’re all in a sprint towards the

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Romance, the Supernatural, and Feminism with Jenna Levine

This post may include affiliate links, which means we make a small commission on any sales. This commission helps Feminist Book Club pay our contributors, so thanks for supporting small, independent media! Jenna Levine is the author of My Roommate is a Vampire, and let me tell you, this is a vampire romance I didn’t

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The Quickening by Elizabeth Rush could be one of the books on this book stack that is sitting on a bed next to pumpkins.
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Parenthood, Science, and Feminist Football Fans

Welcome to another exciting episode of Feminist Book Club: The Podcast! In this thought-provoking installment, we’re delving into two dynamic segments starting with a book review of The Quickening by Elizabeth Rush. Then stay tuned to listen in as Renee and Ashley ask themselves, “Can I be a feminist football fan?”.  The Quickening: A Review

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Home Repairs & Cinematic Reflections

Welcome to Feminist Book Club: The Podcast, where we explore media through a feminist lens. In this episode, we’re diving into two diverse segments that share an overview of Safe and Sound by Mercury Stardust and an analysis of the film Oppenheimer. A Renters-Friendly Guide to home repair: An Enthusiastic Overview Mhairie introduces you to

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Book Review: Young and Restless: The Girls Who Sparked America’s Revolutions

This post may include affiliate links, which means we make a small commission on any sales. This commission helps Feminist Book Club pay our contributors, so thanks for supporting small, independent media! Mattie Kahn begins Young and Restless: The Girls Who Sparked America’s Revolutions by recalling a realization that she just hadn’t read about that

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Book Review- Forever is Now by Miriama J. Lockington

This post may include affiliate links, which means we make a small commission on any sales. This commission helps Feminist Book Club pay our contributors, so thanks for supporting small, independent media! Trigger Warnings: Police brutality, racism, death, mental health problems, panic disorders, agoraphobia, biphobia. Positive Representation: Black joy, queer and LGBTQ, non-binary, positive mental

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