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This Is How We Come Back Stronger: Feminist Writers On Turning Crisis Into Change
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This Is How We Come Back Stronger: Feminist Writers On Turning Crisis Into Change (Paperback)

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40 feminist writers come together to respond to the crisis of 2020 - and what happens next - in this unique and essential fundraising** collection edited by the Feminist Book Society!



**20% from EVERY BOOK SOLD goes to Women's Aid and Imkaan**



Spring 2020. The moment everything changed. The moment stark gender inequalities were brought ever more prominently to the fore, even as, all around the world, lives retreat behind closed doors. More important than ever was - and is - the message, to womxn of all backgrounds and experiences, you are not alone. How we can, and will, come together to fight inequalities has fundamentally changed.



So, what happens now?



Hard-hitting but ultimately uplifting, published on the one-year anniversary of lockdown for the US and the UK, This Is How We Come Back Stronger is an essential intersectional feminist collection for our times. In essays, interviews, fiction, and more, forty feminist writers from both sides of the Atlantic reflect on what matters most to them right now, and what comes next.



With brand new contributions from: Fatima Bhutto, Laura Bates, Lisa Taddeo, Gina Miller, Sara Collins, Layla Saad, Molly Case, Dorothy Koomson, Rosanna Amaka, Jessica Moor, Yomi Adegoke, Kerry Hudson, Juliet Jacques, Lauren Bravo, Amelia Abraham, Francesca Martinez, Catherine Cho, Lindsey Dryden, Mariam Khan, Sophie Williams, Virgie Tovar, Glory Edim, Fox & Owl, Shirley Geok-lin Lim, Akasha Hull, Radhika Sanghani and Kate Mosse . . .

Fiction & PoetryModern & contemporary fiction post c 1945 Publisher: And Other Stories Publication Date: 21/10/2021 ISBN-13: 9781913505004  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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The Feminist Book Society celebrates feminist authors of brand-new fiction and non-fiction, from escapist beach reads to literary novels and Big Ideas, via monthly sell-out author panel events and an ever-growing international network. It brings people together in lively discussion to share ideas and actively champion the fight for equality. Find out more @FeministBookSoc & feministbooksociety.com.

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