They aren’t just on the BIPOC and Feminist bandwagon! Feminist Press have been an indie press since 1970, leading the social change revolution. They publish twelve to fifteen books a year and many have become feminist, trans, and activist classics. Fiction, non fiction, children’s — they publish in all categories.Their queer imprint is headed by Michelle Tea, and Alice Walker serves as editor at the press. They published some of the most important feminist and activist writing we have seen, including the first ever black feminist writings in book form, But Some Of Us Are Brave, plus Riot Grrrl, and the well-loved Witches, Midwives and Nurses by Ehrenreich and English.
All the Feminist Press top-ranking titles are here on Bookmanager.
Their current title, I Had A Miscarriage, is hitting it out of the park with media. It is on the media list above plus more links below to relevant media, including hits in The New York Times, Forbes, Vogue, In Style, and Good Housekeeping.
I Had a Miscarriage
A Memoir, a Movement
by Zucker, Jessica (03/19/21)
9781558612884 | The Feminist Press at CUNY | PGC
Paperback | Price: $28.50
Stock in Raincoast March 19
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Jessica Zucker, a psychologist and author of I Had a Miscarriage,specializes in reproductive and maternal mental health and experienced a traumatic miscarriage.
“Having to pay that much for the worst thing that ever happened to me was so hard.”
When celebrities and public figures share how miscarriages affect future
pregnancies, they can kickstart vital cultural conversations
In I Had a Miscarriage: A Memoir, a Movement, psychologist Jessica Zucker
writes about the lessons she learned from trying to outrun her grief after
It wasn’t always this way — and because of our culture of secrecy, many of us believe that miscarriage is uncommon.
How grief and pleasure can coexist in the aftermath of pregnancy loss.
Studies have shown comprehensive sex education, including the myriad
pregnancy outcomes people can and do experience, is vital to the overall
sexual health and wellbeing
Clueless comments about pregnant-looking bodies can cause long-term harm for those who have miscarried.
When one in four pregnancies end in miscarriage, countless people have to navigate the often complicated, painful feelings that come with having a post-pregnancy body.
With the weather getting slightly warmer and spring just around the corner, I have vaguely thought about the concept of Getting back into shape.
One psychologist’s crusade against silence, stigma, and shame continues.
I was a psychologist practicing in Los Angeles, specializing in reproductive and maternal mental health, grounded by the knowledge that I had brought to fruition.
Jesscia Zucker shares the inspiration for and advice from her memoir meets manifesto.