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Works of Radical Imagination

Works of Radical Imagination

Radical Women

"I swear it to you on my common woman's head, the common woman is as common as a loaf of bread...and will rise." —Judy Grahn

Featuring works from authors of literary fiction, political non-fiction, and memoir, like Angela Davis, Alice Walker, Shere Hite, Arundhati Roy, Cathy Wilkerson, Bernardine Dohrn, and so many more.

blog — March 01

Celebrate Women's History Month

Women's History Month can trace its beginnings back to the first International Working Women's Day in 1909. Before it's revival by feminist activists in the 1970's — and the UN's subsequent ratification in 1977 — International Women's Day's first appeared in 1908, when 15,000 women working in the garment industry went on strike in New York City to demand better working conditions. The following year, the Socialist Party of America declared the first International Working Women's Day. 

To celebrate these radical roots, we're delighted to share the following works of literary fiction, memoir, political non-fiction, and other writings that we recommend for Women's History Month, and for the rest of the year, too.


Join us Thursday, March 11th at 7:30pm for an online event to celebrate the recent release of...

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Book Culture

Many of the problems we face as a country and even as a world today – the health pandemic,...

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MIT Open Learning

Poet and priest Spencer Reece, author of The Secret Gospel of Mark: A Poet's Memoir...

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Elliot Bay Book Company

MADRID BOOKIE invites you to an evening with poet and writer SPENCER REECE. You’ll...

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[T]he role of the artist is to transcend conventional wisdom, to transcend the word of the establishment, to transcend the orthodoxy, to go beyond and escape what is handed down by the government or what is said in the media.