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Exclusive Book Signing with Gloria Steinem

Thursday 25th February 2016 1pm - 2pm 107 Charing Cross Road Signing, Free Event

On Thursday 25 February join us for an exclusive signing with leader of the feminist movement Gloria Steinem, who will be signing copies of her memoir My Life on the Road from 1pm-2pm in the Auditorium at Foyles.


In her first book in twenty years, Gloria focuses for the first time on her own life, from her itinerant childhood driving across the country with her family to her adult life travelling around the world as a journalist, activist and campaigner. This is a unique kind of travel memoir, an inspiring and enlightening work capturing the "surrealism in everyday life" from the unique perspective of one of the great feminists of the 20th and 21st centuries.


Gloria will speak for approximately 10 minutes at the start of the book signing about her latest book.


Don't miss this exclusive London book signing with an international feminist icon. Gloria's time is limited, so to avoid disappointment please ensure you click the button below to join the Priority Signing Queue.


Tickets: Free – Click the button below to join the Priority Signing Queue
Venue: The Auditorium, Level 6, Foyles Charing Cross Rd


Copies of My Life on the Road will be available to purchase at the signing. If you wish to buy a copy before the day you can visit one of our shops or click below to order a copy online. Please note, we do not recommend you place an order for home delivery less than 7 days in advance of the event, in case the book doesn't reach you on time.


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