Psycho Nymph Exile is a cartography of brokenness, an answer to the question that no one wants to ask: What happens after exile? What happens to the girls who become trash?
You’re joining a fight that is by no means new, check out this list of books to make sure you come correct to the next rally.
Poetry and magic are for everyone, business feminism, Maya Angelou, EIleen Myles, kicking the frame, unicorn power and more.
Topics include the Olsen twins museum, Mary Gaitskill, taking up space, PewDiePie, the Milo bus, menstrual cups, women’s prisons, airports and so much more!
Immerse yourself in these poems and prepare to come out raw and clean.
“Infect Your Friends and Loved Ones” is the kind that shakes and wakes that brave, mad, dangerous girl I used to be.
Greenland’s queer literary star, takes on contemporary feminism, book club history, bookstores in the resistance and more.
These comics and graphic novels make women’s friendships the focus.
From hard and soft sci-fi to military sci-fi to space opera: here are eight (gay) books you should add to your reading list.
Topics include Anna Nicole Smith, the DeVos family, Stephen King’s IT, Will & Grace, MURDER, Snow White’s Scary Adventures, miniatures, people who remember everything and more!
Gay is far more honest than most about the weird ways we actually solve for love. The necessary ugliness in getting there.
Reading as a cure for monotony, boredom, and almost-death; books about living in oppressive religious cults; what Roxane Gay is reading right now and more.
Check out this rad new queer YA book by your fave YouTube odd couple, Gaby Dunn and Allison Raskin!
This is a big blow to a part of the publishing world that is often regarded as “books for kids” or something less than “real literature.” It’s an especially big blow to marginalized people.
Topics include Jared Kushner, Mike Pence, Trump Country, health care, CULT MURDERS, The Spur Posse, Tiffany from America’s Next Top Model, Sqirl and more!
Black artists and America, (your) feelings about typography, writers resisting, a history of feminist bookstores, representation in comics and more.
Spend an evening with a good book and a paddle.
Everything you want to read.
Topics include ’90s nerd masculinity, One Day At A Time, a grandmother who liked poison, Backpage, the Gawker lawsuit, Donald Trump in 1999, John Waters’ childhood home, corporate vet clinics, puppy mills and so much more!
This book is a must for college students, sex nerds, and activists alike — especially if your Trump resistance involves sex education, sexual assault prevention, or reproductive rights.