Recommended by Riley F: Beautiful art that concisely covers tons and tons of amazing women’s bios. My personal favorites in the book: Giorgina Reid - pg. 114, Agnodice - pg. 95, Lozen - pg 48, Hedy Lamarr - pg. 242.
Recommended by Daniel K: It’s difficult to capture all of life’s complexities in writing. Our world is harsh and hostile, but it’s equally beautiful and nurturing. Samantha Hunt masterfully walks the line between horrific and whimsical in these short stories with an ease that exposes…
Recommended by Riley F: Easy to read and shockingly relevant! So many people throw around the word ‘fascist’ without (probably) fully understanding its power and importance. Read this personal and simplified history/explanation of fascists in the last 100 years to gain perspective on the word’s origin.
Recommended by Dan B: Do you think you know the story of early computing and the Internet? Think again! This brilliantly told narrative explores the contributions of women to many areas, from mainframes and networking to the earliest online communities. It opened my eyes to a whole new chapter of history.