… and lacking even my usual minor attempts at layout and panache, this is my list of the best feminist books I’ve read since last International Women’s Day. Links are to reviews that go some way to talking about why I’ve chosen the books I’ve chosen. Sorry about the rushed post!
Kingfishers catch fire by Rumer Godden (1953)
Hera Lindsay Bird by Hera Lindsay Bird (2016)
Things we lost in the fire by Mariana Enriquez (2017)
Madame Zero by Sarah Hall (2017)
The monkey’s mask by Dorothy Porter (1994)
The summer book by Tove Jannson (1972)
For love alone by Christina Stead (1944)
The picture up the top is ‘Girl reading’ by Isaac Israels.