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In celebration of Women’s History Month, we’re running a month-long raffle! In addition to featuring guest posts on our blog we’ll be linking to book excerpts from books authored by women on  Facebook and Twitter, and showcasing covers on Instagram.

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“Meticulously researched and persuasively argued, Unbinding The Pillow Book offers a dynamic portrait of one of the most important works of world literature and of the woman who wrote it more than a millennium ago. The Pillow Book has long been one of my favorite books; now, having read this engaging, wide-ranging exploration of the different meanings it has
Today for Women’s History Month, we’re shining a spotlight on a few published works by women in science. Naomi Oreskes, author of The Collapse of Western Civilization was a recipient of the 2018 Guggenheim Fellowship. Donna Dickenson is a philosopher who specializes in medical ethics and has authored more than 20 books on the topic
This week we’ve been featuring Nancy K. Miller’s My Brilliant Friends: Our Lives in Feminism in honor of Women’s History Month. If you haven’t been following us, set the FOMO aside. We’ve got your back with today’s roundup post of this week’s post and previous media coverage related to Miller and her book! Enter our Women’s History Month book giveaway for a
“They will know that there are books waiting for them as there were no books for me.” ~ Carolyn G. Heilbrun,  Women’s lives: The View from the Threshold Read the first section of Carolyn from Nancy K. Miller’s My Brilliant Friends: Our Lives in Feminism. In this excerpt, Miller introduces us to her relationship with Carolyn
“In My Brilliant Friends, Nancy K. Miller depicts the life-altering importance of deep and nourishing friendships between and among women. Through vivid details and Miller’s singular point of view, we witness her transformative relationships with Carolyn Heilbrun, Naomi Schor, and Diane Middlebrook and their enduring love, growth, and collective power.” ~ Min Jin Lee, author of Free