Gertrude Stein's Books, Life and Legacy

Love her or hate her, Stein is a part of our literary fabric. 

Sarah Weddington Remembers Arguing Roe v. Wade to the Supreme Court

"For me and the countless women who put their lives at risk to control their own destinies, the world changed in 1973 when Roe v. Wade became the law of the land."

8 Immersive Biographical Fiction Books

Check out these takes on some of history’s most interesting figures.

10 Books Like The Color Purple

“Don’t let them run over you...you got to fight.”

Read an Excerpt From The Lost Daughter

See Ferrante's unnerving words for yourself.

Joan Didion: Her Books, Life, and Legacy

A woman with a love for the written word, and a dedication to the truth.

Remembering bell hooks and How She Impacted Feminism

"Understanding her was crucial to reigniting my feminist identity; finding her at all was a miracle."

Why So Happy Together Should Be Your Next Book Club Pick

You won’t be able to stop talking about this novel.

Sylvia Plath's Lost Short Story, "Mary Ventura and the Ninth Kingdom"

The story behind her work that went unpublished for almost six decades.

How Barbara Kingsolver's Books Warned Us of Climate Change

Her most powerful works remind us that our actions affect the world.

10 Royal Women Who Also Made History as Writers

These 10 accomplished women led countries, wrote poetry, chronicled history, and made their own.

The Books That Helped Mary Glickman Write An Undisturbed Peace

An author's search for an accurate account of the Trail of Tears.

10 Things You Didn't Know About Virginia Woolf

She's even more interesting than you thought.