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The Chinese Garden: A Novel
The Feminist Press at CUNY (2016)
US$14.99

A “very intelligent, sensitive, and compelling” novel of adolescent rebellion and sexual awakening...

Zipper Mouth: A Novel
The Feminist Press at CUNY (2011)
US$14.99

This novel of a young lesbian addict in ‘90s NYC “recalls Naked Lunch ” with “dreamy,...

Fault Lines: A Memoir
The Feminist Press at CUNY (2003)
US$17.99

The acclaimed Indian poet reflects on her place in the post-9/11 world in this “evocative and...

Whatever Is Contained Must Be Released: My Jewish Orthodox Girlhood, My Life as a Feminist Artist

Whatever Is Contained Must Be Released

My Jewish Orthodox Girlhood, My Life as a Feminist Artist

The Feminist Press at CUNY (2012)
US$17.99

‘[A] richly evocative, captivating, and reflective memoir” of a feminist artist who broke free of...

And the Bridge Is Love
The Feminist Press at CUNY (2011)
US$12.99

A collection of life stories so funny, moving that “you don’t have to be a Jewish feminist mama to...

Intimate Wars: The Life and Times of the Woman Who Brought Abortion from the Back Alley to the Boardroom

Intimate Wars

The Life and Times of the Woman Who Brought Abortion from the Back Alley to the Boardroom

The Feminist Press at CUNY (2012)
US$18.99

A “searingly honest debut memoir” from an activist and award-winning journalist who made a woman’s...

Women Without Men: A Novel of Modern Iran

Women Without Men

A Novel of Modern Iran

The Feminist Press at CUNY (2012)
US$15.99

From an outspoken Iranian author comes a “charming, powerful novella” that is banned in Iran for its...

Umbertina: A Novel
The Feminist Press at CUNY (1998)
US$17.99

The “panoramic, descriptive, and solidly crafted” historical novel of immigration, womanhood, and...

The Little Locksmith: A Memoir
The Feminist Press at CUNY (2000)
US$16.99

This early 20th century memoir of a woman’s faith in the face of debilitating disease is a...

Vertigo: A Memoir
The Feminist Press at CUNY (2002)
US$17.99

A scholar’s memoir of growing up and the powerful forces that shaped her as a woman and a writer;...