Feminist Book Club: a year of feminist reading

I’ve kind of fallen behind on recording the Feminist Book Club meets, but before I fall even further behind, I just want to note down here the books we read this year, along with who picked them, if anyone is interested!

(November) Roxane Gay Bad Feminist (My thoughts here)

(Feb) Azar Nafisi Reading Lolita in Tehran  (My thoughts here)

(March) Ayisha Malik Sofia Khan is Not Obliged (My thoughts here)

(April) Jami Attenberg All Grown Up  (My thoughts here)

(May) Caitlin Moran How to be a Woman (My thoughts here)

(July) Naomi Alderman The Power (My thoughts here)

(July) Arundhati Roy The Ministry of Utmost Happiness 

(Aug) Balli Kaur Jaswal Erotic Stories for Punjabi Women  (My thoughts here)

(Nov) Anne Helen Petersen Too Fat, Too Slutty, Too Loud: The Rise and Reign of the Unruly Woman  (My thoughts here)

(If I’ve left out any books, I hope someone will correct me!)

Upcoming for 2017 so far, we have

(Jan) Gail Honeyman Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine

(Feb) Margaret Atwood The Handmaid’s Tale

(May) Julia Alvarez In the time of the Butterflies

(July) ed. Nick Haramis Courage is Contagious: And Other Reasons to be Grateful for Michelle Obama


With other months to be filled in shortly!

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