For the Badass Feminist

Get woke with these books by, for, and about strong women. Read and rise up, ladies!

  • The Vanishing Princess

    “Caustically funny and ebullient stories. . . . Diski’s is the kind of voice of which we need more, of which we now have one fewer. But she has paved a subversive path through the forest for others to follow.” -Vanity Fair

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  • Feminist Fight Club

    “Jessica’s is a classic, f*ck-you feminist battle guide. ” -Ilana Glazer

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  • Excess Male, An

    The Handmaid’s Tale of a new generation.  This is a stark and fantastic view of an almost inevitable future.” -Peter Clines, author of Paradox Bound

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  • Any Man

    “Get ready to hold your breath. Amber Tamblyn’s Any Man is a genre-bending gender-bending brilliant blow torch of a debut novel amplifying the complexities of sexual violence and the radical costs of survival. " Lidia Yuknavitch, author of The Book of Joan

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  • Resist

    Before they were activists, they were just like you and me. Includes a foreword by Senator Cory Booker.

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  • Damsel

    "Damsel is a gorgeous inferno of a fairy tale and my new obsession. Searing and audacious, with an ending that will leave you howling at the moon.” -Claire Legrand, author of Furyborn

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  • Read & Riot

    “Not just a handbook for those wishing to take on injustice, it’s a guide for how to look at the world in a new way” -BlogCritics

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  • A Uterus Is a Feature, Not a Bug

    “Finally, a working mom book with attitude. The book is an inspiring reminder of how much mothers can accomplish when they decide that ‘No’ is not an option.” -New York Post

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  • A Girl's Guide to Joining the Resistance

    "Told through a series of interviews, first-person anecdots, calls to action, and how to’s, this is an important, inspiring book, but it’s also really f**king fun to read.” --Jennifer Romolini, Shondaland.com

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  • Tough Mothers

    An inspiring, fully illustrated guide that brings together the fiercest mothers in history—real life matriarchs who gave everything to protect all they loved.

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  • Fed Up

    From the author of the ultra-viral article “Women Aren’t Nags—We’re Just Fed Up,” a bold dive into the unpaid, invisible work women shoulder—and an impassioned vision for creating a better future for us all.

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  • Dead Girls

    Covering everything from Joan Didion and James Baldwin to “Twin Peaks” and “True Detective,” Bolin illuminates our widespread obsession with the bodies of women who are consistently hurt, killed, and used as props to bolster a man’s story.

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  • Girl Code

    “Set against the backdrop of coding camp, Girl Code is the story of two teen girls who create a viral video game and become famous—except this story isn’t fiction.” -Brightly

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  • Like a Mother

    Like a Mother is the evidence-based, open-minded book that U.S. pregnancy culture needs…a true feminist accomplishment that puts trust and agency back with women and parents.” -Rewire.News

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  • Ordinary, Extraordinary Jane Austen

    It is a truth universally acknowledged that Jane Austen is one of our greatest writers. But before that, she was just an ordinary girl.

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  • Queer, There, and Everywhere

    This first-ever LGBTQ history book of its kind will appeal to fans of fun, empowering pop-culture books like Rad American Women A-Z and Notorious RBG

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  • Together We Rise

    “The voices in these pages are the voices of the next generation of progressive leaders, and we would all do well to heed their words.” -Cecile Richards

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  • Sawkill Girls

    Perfect for fans of Victoria Schwab, Nova Ren Suma, and Netflix’s hit show "Stranger Things".

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  • Don't Call Me Princess

    “Known for her wide-ranging feminist writing about everything from princess culture to breast cancer, Orenstein presents a collection of her essays that are both striking and timely.” -New York Times Book Review

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  • 90s Bitch

    90s Bitch reminds us that we’re not experiencing anything new. There’s already a blueprint for our moment.” -Bitch Media

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