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A concise examination of the environmental effects of dietary choice. Straightforward exploration of the environmental effects of animal agriculture, fishing, hunting, and animal advocacy. Solutions and nearly 80 graphs and summary slides. Hardback.
Celebrating 175 girls being fearless, confident, silly, wild, stubborn, and proud. An affirmation of the fact that it’s what’s inside you that counts. Girls with inspirational quotes. Girls being 100% themselves! For every girl, for every mother and father of a girl, for every coach and mentor and teacher.
A strong rebuttal to having less power as we age. What could be wiser than choosing a lifestyle that brings compassion, vibrant health, and a vast, delicious cuisine -- plus a new sense of purpose, and a new experience of power to affect change.
Eleven essays on the silencing/marginalization that has quieted so many women. Men’s rapidly increasing involvement in feminist movements, the rape joke, campus activism against sexual violence, literary and film representations of women, gun violence, and more. Paperback.
An anthology of women's writings from around the world about the movement to change the current industrial paradigm of how we grow our food. An argument for reclaiming traditional methods of agricultural practice to secure a healthy, nourishing future for all of us.
A bible for feminist and progressive animal rights activists and the vegan community. An important and provocative work that inspires and enrages readers across the political spectrum. Both thoughtful and thought-provoking.
We’Moon 2018: La Luna calls on the Moon to illuminate your path with regenerative hope. Week-at-a-glance format, with year-at-a-glance calendars for 2018, and a lunar month-at-a-glance section. Full color, 5 ¼” x 8”, printed on recycled paper with soy-based ink. Available in Spiral and Flat bound.
“Washington is rigged against hardworking, middle class families like the one I grew up in.” A new Memoir by U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts. The story of a working woman, single mother, teacher, and fighter for financial justice and government accountability. Non-Fiction. On Sale!
Detroit Private Investigator, Charlene Mack, is courageous, compassionate and cunning. She also happens to be African-American. Paperback. Mystery.
A unique and engaging historical document for readers interested in music, theater, American politics, the women’s movement, and left-wing activism. Ronnie Gilbert was a legend folk singer and social change activist from the late l940's through the early l960's, and in the 1980’s became an inspiration to a new generation of female singers.
Becoming Ms. Burton humanizes the damaging impact of mass incarceration, and points the way to structural and policy changes that will offer formerly incarcerated people the possibility of a life of meaning and dignity. Foreword by Michelle Alexander. Hardback.
"One of the most important books I've ever read." Alice Walker. Religious traditions, cultures and archeological sources from all over the world and throughout history to recreate the Goddess religion that is our ancient heritage.
An inspiring book about why our middle class is under siege, and how we can win the fight to save it! Elizabeth Warren has had enough of phony promises and a government that no longer serves its people—she won’t sit down, she won’t be silenced, and she will fight back. 20% Off. Hardback.
An insider’s story and analysis of a neglected piece of cultural history. What will we remember about the vibrant cultural spaces that Lesbian activists created in the 1970s, 80s, and 90s? Professor Bonnie Morris gives us the back-story to the culture we are losing to mainstreaming and assimilation. Interviews of activists and and responses to the recent attacks on Lesbian Feminists who are being made to feel that they've hit their cultural expiration date.
Get to know RBG as never before. A visually rich and intimate look at the Justice's life and work, and how she changed the world. You can't spell truth without Ruth. Hardback.
Pema Chödrön teaches that fear-based clinging keeps us from the more satisfying experience of being fully alive. “Three Commitments” provide a wealth of wisdom for learning to step right into the river. Paperback.
Articles, essays, first-hand experiences, story telling, and verse that ignite the national conversation about the politics of gender identity as a backlash to feminist goals of liberation from gender stereotypes, oppression and sexual violence. Foreword by Germaine Greer, Edited by Ruth Barrett, Cover Image by Claudia Kunin. Paperback.
Sinister Wisdom and A Midsummer Night’s Press announce the publication of Sinister Wisdom 102. Introduction by Poet & Scholar Judy Grahn, and Afterword by Volume Editor Julie R. Enszer. Photographs of Pat Parker and Bibliography. Includes Movement in Black (1978), Womanslaughter (1978), Jonestown & Other Madness (1985), plus 2 unpublished plays and uncollected poems.
Lesbian Fiction. Dana Norland poses as a biologist in the mountains of Rwanda and she finds herself caring for gorillas with Dian Fossey’s successor at the Karisoke research center. Personal vendetta joins with genocide and the women hide in the rain forest among the mountain gorillas where they learn what justice is, and what it is not.
How women are changing the Middle East. Muslim Revolutionaries using Islamic Feminism and progressive interpretations of Islam to change the terms of religious debate and to fight for women’s rights within Islam. Paperback.
A memoir of Karachi, Pakistan, through the eyes of its women. The parallel stories of polygamous marriage and Pakistan's hopes and betrayals. An intimate exploration of exalted dreams and complicated realities. The author is a Muslim Pakistani-American journalist and human rights activist. Paperback.
A plea for outrage and action, confronting a toxic mix of culture and religion that few seem willing or able to disentangle lest they blaspheme or offend. A manifesto motivated by hope and fury in equal measure, and a definitive condemnation of the repressive forces, political, cultural, and religious, that reduce millions of women to second-class citizens. Hardback.
A meditation on the black female figure throughout time. This poet adores her culture and the beauty to be found within it, yet she is also a cultural critic alert to the nuances of race and desire and how they define us. Reframes the black female. Tender and masterful. Hardback.
New Expanded Edition! An argument for hope even in the dark. Activism of the past five decades and new grounds for political engagement. This new, significantly expanded edition covers, among other things, the political territory of America and the world after George Bush’s re-election. Paperback.
Lesbian Antiracism and Feminist Accountability. During the 1970s, 80s, and 90s, more than 100 feminist bookstores built a transnational network that helped shape some of feminism’s most complex conversations on racism and accountability. They changed people’s lives and the world. Paperback. Duke University Press, March 2016.
Gloria Steinem, writer, activist, organizer, and inspiring leader tells her story as never before. A candid account of her life as a traveler, listener, and catalyst for change. She reminds us that living in an open, observant, and “on the road” state of mind can make a difference in how we learn, what we do, and how we understand each other. Paperback, Hardback, Large Print Paperback, and Audio Book (Audio Book Sale Price: $28 - regularly $40).
Capitalism vs. The Climate, and why the climate crisis challenges us to abandon “free market” ideology. Climate Change as a catalyst to transform our broken economic and cultural priorities, and to heal historical wounds. Inspiring movements that have already begun this process. Paperback.
Now a major motion picture. Therese and Carol fall in love and set out across the United States. Based on a true story from Highsmith's own life. Includes an afterword by Patricia Highsmith. Previously titled The Price of Salt. Paperback.
Real life advice for real women! Hilarious and candid. Childhood stories, Hollywood stories, and ideas about the demon that looks back at all of us in the mirror. Full of glossy two-page spreads of Poehler koans and pump-you-up sayings. Paperback.
Entertaining. As Guardian of the Land, Princess Terra's role is to care for and protect the land and Her People. Ethical role model for children. Meets the Common Core State Standards with Q & A and bonus activity. Read to 2 - 5 year olds. Grades 5, 6 and up. For Girls and Boys.
Here are the female protagonists, the heroines and sheros spanning several centuries and multiple professions! Striking portraits in primary colors showcasing 26 bold women, one for every letter of the alphabet. Interesting, fun, feminist, and aesthetically pleasing. Not just for girls! Hardback.
Princess Smartypants is pretty, rich, and single and she'd like to stay that way, but her parents have insisted she marry. So she sets up impossible tasks that any suitor is destined to fail. Ages 4-8.
Immerse yourself in Mary Oliver’s love poems: What it means to love another person. Here, great happiness abounds. Wonderful gift for your Self and loved ones. Hardback.
Discover the obstacles that have held women back and what needs to change in order to elect a woman into the White House. Explore the changing paradigms occurring in politics and in our culture with the hope of moving toward meaningful and effective solutions -- and a world where a woman can be president.
Stories of World-Changing Women! Focuses on the key elements of the Vital Voices 5-step model of transformational leadership.
A coffee-saturated odyssey into the mind of a legendary artist, M Train is told through the prism of the cafes and haunts Patti Smith has worked in around the world. Hardcover.
Writings by 10 womyn who stopped their transition from female to male. Profoundly personal stories, political analysis, practical advice, and resources for womyn who struggle with dis-identification from their female reality. Deeply moving and informative for all women concerned about the wholeness of our womanhood -- and our sisterhood. 65 Page Zine.
Feminism is back in fashion, but are there limits to this ‘pop feminist’ approach to liberation? Contributors in this collection offer the possibility of change through collective action arguing that the kind of liberal feminism currently rising to prominence does little to challenge the status quo. An aim at reviving a more radical analysis that confronts the dangers of reducing feminism to a debate about personal choice. Paperback.
This book is about the business machine that creates and markets pornography, and the growing legitimacy of porn in mainstream media. PORNLAND examines the way porn shapes and limits sexual imaginations and behaviors, and shows how today’s porn is strikingly different from yesterday’s Playboy and Penthouse magazines.
“If I can take what I’ve learned in this life and make one treacherous relationship or degrading job easier for you, perhaps even prevent you from becoming temporarily vegan, then every misstep of mine will have been worthwhile." Paperback.
A most persuasive feminist recruitment drive! An argument for embracing the values of feminism while admitting contradictions and imperfections as a feminist. A provocative and thoughtful collection of essays that blend pop culture, memoir, and politics. Author, Roxane Gay, has been a driving force in agitating to raise the profile of writers of colour.
These are real life stories of 30 historical princesses from around the world. Some of us may want to be a princess, but maybe after reading the stories of real life princesses we'll think again! Some begin, "Once upon a time..." but their stories haven't always ended happily ever after. Hardback. Adults.
A Cartoonist's funny, heartbreaking take on caring for aging parents. Text, cartoons, sketches and photos describe interactions with parents during the last years of their lives. Hardback. Memoir.
A traveling Shakespearean theatre company in post-apocalyptic North America. A novel about friendship, memory, love, celebrity, our obsession with objects, oppressive dinner parties, comic books, knife-throwing, and the relationships that sustain us. Sometimes terrifying, sometimes tender. This is the author's fourth novel. Paperback.
Courageous and gripping personal narratives from women who have personally explored links of oppression between human beings and nonhuman animals. Sister Species demonstrates with painful clarity why every activist must be on board with other social justice concerns.
Stereotypes like Jezebel's sexual lasciviousness, Mammy's devotion, and Sapphire's outspoken anger are familiar, harmful, and contribute to unfair policies. NAACP Image Awards Non-Fiction Literature Category Finalist.
Meet the 30 exceptional Women of Farmer Jane. This is a celebration of all women that vote for sustainability every time they shop, eat, farm, and advocate for change.
This exquisitely written novel looks directly at one of the most devastating wounds in American history, the early nineteenth century women's struggle for liberation, empowerment, and expression. Loss and sorrow, courage and finding a sense of self. Fiction.
Artemis, woman whole unto her Self. Women untamed and unsubdued, who will not be victims. Activist archetypes explored in ancient Greek Mythology and modern media heroines. Dedicated to women and girls who embody Artemis. Hardback.
A glimpse of a young Black woman's life of trauma to the halls of the university. The story of human potential and learning to love oneself.
Racial discrimination is cruel, especially so to younger children. Easy to understand, explores emotional issues and questions kids have. Preschool through early school age. Simple direct language with illustrations on every page. 32 Pages. Ages 4-7.
26 amazing women, 26 amazing stories! From Amelia Earhart, pilot and adventurer, to Zora Neal Hurston, writer and anthropologist. Learn about the hardships and triumphs that inspired each woman to change her world and the world around her.
Ages 4-8. Explores the difficult issue of bullying and harassment among children, and helps kids accept the normal fears and worries that accompany bullying. Suggests solutions. Picture book. Recommended for anyone with young children.
One of the defining voices of contemporary feminist and race scholarship. Black feminist thought, critical education, public sociology, and resisting racism to new visions for activist intellectuals.
Sermons by Karen Tate as an ordained minister of Sacred Feminine Liberation Thealogy. Connects the dots between our antient Goddess Spiritualities and their relevance in today's politics and social justice. Inspiration, meditation, and female empowerment for personal transformation.
Is there more to life than sex? Andy Ericksson is trying to find out. Casual sex isn’t cutting through the loneliness. Andy struggles to open her heart without sacrificing her freedom.
A story of abandonment, healing, reconciliation, enduring love, and global politics. This is Maya Angelou's deepest personal relationship, the one with her Mother, Vivian Baxter, and how it evolved and raised her up. Available in Hardback and Large Print Paperback.
The amazing old women revealed in these stories form the very roots of who we are. Stories gathered and published by the Old Lesbian Oral Herstory Project.
Made by and for Lesbians. Vegetarian menus, wheelchair access, multiracial clientele. International Calendar of Women's Festivals and Events. Camping & RV Spots. National and International listings.
The author spent a year in a women's correctional facility, and sheds a unique light on life inside a women’s prison, by a Smith College graduate who did the crime and did the time. Adapted into a new television series for Netflix.
Poems of Mary Oliver's fellow travelers, guides, and canine spirits capable of opening our eyes to the lessons of the moment and the joys of nature and connection. Illustrated. Available in Hardback $26.95 on Sale @ $21.50, and Paperback $16.00 on Sale @ $13.60.
The co-founder of The Daily Show vividly recounts how she fought to find her own voice. This no-holds-barred collection of hilarious, honest, and poignant autobiographical essays gives an in-depth look into the life and creativity of one of today’s most influential comic voices.
Told from the viewpoint of Indigenous Peoples, it reveals how Native Americans, for centuries, have actively resisted expansion of the U.S. empire. Paperback.
Babies love looking at babies. 10 Native American babies from 10 different tribes smiling, crying, peeking, yawning, and sleeping while being carried in traditional cradle boards. Celebrating Native family traditions, culture and craft. You will love this beautiful children's board book! OUT OF STOCK UNTIL 6/8/15.
A groundbreaking exploration of the unrecognized but pivotal roles of remarkable women in Native American communities. The author carefully weaves Ojibwe words, biographical sketches, chronological history, American Indian oral tradition, and Ojibwe tribes of the U.S. with First Nations of Canada.
The true story of Wangari Maathai, environmentalist and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize. Printed on 100% recycled paper.
The first board book ever published for tiny tots who live in two-mom families. About a fun-filled day in the life of a happy, loving family. Lively Illustrations.
Angie's sister was captured in Iraq, she’s the laughingstock at school, and her therapist tells her to count instead of eat. Can a daring new girl in her life really change anything? Juvenile Fiction. Paperback.
Two Women, Fifty Sheep, and Enough Wool to Save The Planet. Another humorous, but educational memoir from the author of Hit by a Farm. Will make you laugh and appreciate wool sweaters at the same time.
Bluefish is about being 13, secrets, academic and home problems, acting out, and heart. What is travis hiding, and why? And what is Velveeta hiding? Friendship is what it's all about.
Without Apology shares the stories of 24 ordinary, yet remarkable Lesbians. The stories were gathered by the Old Lesbian Oral Herstory Project and Old Lesbians Organizing for Change.
Words of wisdom written with a light touch, but a deep politic. For the woman who finds “one day at a time” a formula for despair. Finally, a meditation book for those in search of radical healing.
Striking a balance between fictional, historical, and political analysis, Reproductive Acts makes a compelling argument for the vital role narrative plays in how we make sense of U.S. reproductive politics.
A daily source of comfort and inspiration. Simple, user friendly, effective meditations for enhancing your life. A great tool for beginners and adepts. 140 different techniques from many spiritual traditions. Easy to follow.
Reclaim a loud and proud, not superior, joyful Jewishness! Reframe internalized oppression, insist on Jewish multiculturalism, call for healing trauma, advocate for change, and shine a light on Jewish resistance struggles. Includes a 38-page Action Guide for groups and individuals. Paperback.
Women, Bravery, Female Friendship, and Resistance in Occupied France 1943. How a band of 230 women resistors survived Auschwitz. Courageous ordinary women who sacrificed everything to combat the march of evil across the world.
A groundbreaking book. A New History of the Civil rights Movement from Rosa Parks to the Rise of Black Power. A controversial, moving, and courageous book. Narrative history at its best. Paperback.
Energizing the Global Women's Movement! Focusing on activism and how Millionth Circles can sustain, support, and be a sanctuary for, women working for change in their lives and in the world. Hardback.
Tokyo to British Columbia, a tale of how writing connects people who will never meet. A diary, an earthquake, 104 year old Buddhist Nun, French maid cafes, resilience and bravery.
Carry the One shows how one life affects another and how those who thrive and those who self-destruct are closer to each other than we’d expect. Paperback.
As Kendal prepares for the most important battle of her long life, Piper does her best to uncover every one of Kendal’s secrets, making herself a distraction Kendal can’t afford as she hunts Henri and Ora, the vampire who seduced him to a life of darkness.
20th Anniversary Edition.
A profound portrait of family dynamics in the rural south. Dorothy Allison creates a rich sense of family and portrays the psychology of a sexually abused child with sensitivity and insight.
The story of one family's journey from the segregated South through five and a half turbulent, soul-searching decades: the Great Migration of 6 million African Americans out of the rural South to the Northeast, Midwest, and Western U.S. The story of a mother’s monumental courage and the journey of a nation.
"I think there must be some relationship between our developing the habit of small goodbyes and our ability to master and mark the larger farewells...the epiphany that something is over and done...the events that anticipate the climax and precipitate the exit..." Hardback Edition.
Flight Behavior takes on one of the most contentious subjects of our time: climate change. A restless farm wife encounters a cautionary miracle that sparks a raft of other explanations from scientists, religious leaders, and the media. A truth that could undo all she has ever believed.
A homage to, and modern variation of, Jane Eyre. Gemma Hardy is orphaned by the age of ten, neglected, and sent to a boarding school, yet her bright intelligent spirit burns strong.
With Nolan in the hospital, Jane sets out to find out who killed DeAndre, how his death is connected with the others, and what he was doing in Minneapolis in the first place. Paperback.
A holistic vision of healing that honors our connection to the earth, others, and ourselves. Traces the roots of the matter/spirit split in contemporary science and medicine. Practical tools for self-examination, and methods for expanding awareness.
A lyrically told picture book for grown-ups about a woman's search for a cat gone missing in the wake of her mother's death. "A book to help heal other people who are in pain from a death. You heart is broken open but it's also open to things of the spirit and to things of beauty."
Written with undeniable urgency, and illuminating the harsh realities of contemporary life in a community where Ojibwe and white live uneasily together, The Round House is a brilliant and entertaining novel, a masterpiece of literary fiction.
A celebration of the authentic voice inside every girl and an inspiring call to action for girls everywhere to speak up, follow their dreams, and become the women they were always meant to be.
British humorist and columnist, Caitlin Moran answers questions on adolescence, the workplace, strip-clubs, love, fat, abortion, TopShop, motherhood and beyond.
A powerful reimagining of The Scarlet Letter. A timely fable about a stigmatized woman struggling to navigate an America where the line between church and state has been eradicated.
The first inside account to be published about Hillary Clinton's time as Secretary of State. Author Kim Ghattas, half-Dutch, half-Lebanese citizen, and BBC correspondent. Hardback.
The epic story of how American warfare came to be both never-ending and practically invisible. Told with savage wit and a dazzling command of facts.
Words of wisdom written with a light touch, but a deep politic. For the woman who finds “one day at a time” a formula for despair. Finally, a meditation book for those in search of radical healing. PDF Instant Download!
Babies who learn sign language can communicate earlier than those who use verbal communication. Also recommended for Kindergarten and beginning grades.
COLORING BOOK. Developed by the National Women's History Project to promote gender equality through increased awareness of multicultural women's history.
The choices we make about how we put food on our plates, and what we do with the waste, contribute as much as one third of total greenhouse-gas emissions. Diet for a Hot Planet is a call to action for readers and eaters committed to healing the planet.
Possibility, Passion and Promise. Falling in love, new possibilities, intimacy and soaring desire. Blind dates, marriage with growing attraction, grieving widow gets back in the saddle of life and love, and so much more.
Alden McKenna moves to a small beach town where the skateboarding is good and meets Weston Duvall. Weston can't trust Alden, and Alden isn't sure she wants to be trusted. So why can't they seem to stay away from each other?
An epic journey from the Mexico City of artists Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo to the America of Pearl Harbor, FDR, and J. Edgar Hoover. A poignant story of a man pulled between two nations as they invent their modern identities.
Transcripts of 41 radio show interviews with activists, TV personalities, scholars, artists, authors, priestesses and religious leaders. Devotional practices, deity archetypes of the sacred feminine, multiculturalism, equality and healing. Good business practices, alternatives to patriarchy, and antidotes to terrorism. Women in the priesthood, politics and social change.
You don't need to be a scholar to notice that man's history dominates everything we learn in school, yet a quick tour of the past reveals dynamic female role models at every turn.
A comprehensive mix of oral history and keen research-covering politics, fashion, popular culture,economics, sex, families and work-bringing vividly to life five decades of cataclysmic transformation.
Memoir by Jamaican performance artist, Staceyann Chin. Growing up gay in Montego Bay. Family relationships from Jamaica to NY. Absolutely absorbing and a must read for all fans of Chin’s work.
Nine disparate people get trapped together in the wake of an earthquake. A young graduate student suggests that each tell a personal tale, "one amazing thing" from their lives which they have never told anyone before.
Stirring and luminous, a world unto itself, where unlikely beauty stands beside unimaginable loss beneath the rainforest's jeweled canopy. Dr. Marina Singh embarks on a journey to the Amazon to find her former mentor, a researcher who has disappeared while working on a valuable new drug.
Nobel Prize-winner Toni Morrison extends her profound take on our history with this twentieth-century tale of redemption. A taut and tortured story about one man's desperate search for himself in a world disfigured by war. Paperback and Hardcover.
Pipher tells her own miraculous story, and in the process reveals fundamental truths about our individual search for happiness and love.
Annie Proulx is a private woman. In this book, she documents three crazy years of building her dream home, challenging builders, suppliers, 100 mph winds, snow blocked roads, and almost giving up.
What is it like to try to love when you have never been loved? At 18, Victoria Jones is emancipated from the foster care system in the United States and has nowhere to go.
A celebration of the spirit and determination that kept our country proud even through the Great Depression. A moving tale of a bygone generation and a strong young widow who must rise above her circumstances.
Lesbian Culture at MichFest. How we build culture, home, family, and sacred traditions. 5-year ethnographic study of Amazon Consciousness. Second Edition. Paperback.
The compelling struggle for freedom and equality waged by women in the U.S. and the influence and inspiration Native American women gave to this dynamic social movement.
Global Critical Race Feminism is the first anthology to focus explicitly on the legal rights of women of color around the world. Containing nearly thirty essays the book addresses responses to white feminism,violence against women, the global workplace and more.
An extremely honest and readable collection of a new generation of brilliant, outspoken women of color speaking to the concerns of a new feminism, and to their place in it. Used in Women's Studies classes across the country.
This book is for every woman. Commonly held beliefs about rape are replaced with an understanding and respect for female sexual pleasure. Feminist, political, and activist writers alike present their ideas for a paradigm shift.
Practical advice to help women achieve their goals. An inspiring call to action and a blueprint for individual growth. This book will change the conversation from what women can’t do to what we can do. Hardback.
The epic journey that began with The Clan of The Cave Bear continues as Ayla becomes the woman she was meant to be. The extraordinary conclusion of the ice-age epic series Earth's Children.
A clever twist on a classic fairy tale, this story stars a whip-smart girl instead of traditionally lazy, not-so-bright Jack. It stays pretty true to the original, but has a surprising ending.
A homeless cat stumbles upon, and comes to live, on an organic Northern California farm. Science concepts and activities at the end of the book. Ages 3 and up. Great for Green Kids. Paperback.
COLORING BOOK Fun for all ages! For Tough Girls and Sensitive Boys. Features Princesses who build rocket ships and beasts who enjoy dainty jewelry.
52 activities to help you and your kids discover the wonders of nature. Promotes exploration, stimulates imagination, and heightens a child's sense of wonder. Ages 4 to 8.
“Because I did not, could not inhabit my body or the Earth, I could not feel or know their pain.” As Eve is diagnosed with uterine cancer, she connects her own illness to the devastation of the earth, her life force to the resilience of humanity, she is finally, fully—and gratefully—joined to the body of the world.
From childhood memories to manic motherhood to middle age this candid, funny and moving memoir is filled with the sharp insights that have long confirmed Quindlen's status as America's laureate of real life.
Heavenly Francis (HF) and her best friend Bo, two closeted queers, on a road trip through the American south to find H.F.'s mother awakens a realization of a future life that is very different than what she expected. Winner of the 2001 Lambda Literary Award for Young Adult Fiction.
Unfinished business, undying love and the burden of her own complicity drive Laney Cavallo to take action, hoping it's not too late to save the people she loves. It would be easier if she weren't already dead...
Winner of the Bellwether Prize for fiction and an international bestseller. Mudbound is the saga of the McAllan family, who struggle to survive on a remote ramshackle farm, and the Jacksons, their black sharecroppers.
A retired orthopedic surgeon with Alzheimer's. Alice LaPlante, whose mother suffers from Alzheimers, brings us deep into a brilliant woman's deteriorating mind, where the impossibility of recognizing reality can be both a blessing and a curse.
In a powerhouse follow-up to her lauded debut Miles to Go, Amy Dawson Robertson delves deeper into the trials of a hero coping with the complicated landscape of guilt, responsibility and honor.
An exploration of what can happen when we are forced to change our perception of everything around us. An unforgettable story about finding abundance in the most difficult of circumstances, learning to pay attention to details, and nourishing what truly matters.
Set in the expansive countryside of central Wisconsin, against the backdrop of Vietnam and the post-civil rights era, Wingshooters explores both connection and loss as well as the complex but enduring bonds of family.
Tyler Logan poses as a date for her closeted gay friend at a company retreat. There she meets Kristin Walker, the boss's wife. An unexpected turn of events transforms into a fight for survival, and a chance for love.