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The youngest female in one of the world’s youngest parliamentary systems, Malalai Joya recounts her life as an activist lauded, suppressed, and, finally, ousted from the infant Afghani government in A Woman Amongst Warlords: The Extraordinary Story of an Afghan Who Dared to Raise Her Voice.
Jennifer Traig’s hypochondria goes under the microscope in her bizarre and compelling memoir Well Enough Alone.
Waking Up in Eden chronicles a true island romance: the story of a single woman falling head over heels for the beauty and wonder of her new Kauai home.
Amelia Earhart’s groundbreaking influence and charming quirkiness are the focus of The Sound of Wings, the story of this fascinating, if less than prodigious, aviator.
One woman navigates the corruption, controversy, and moral ambiguities of Ukraine’s darkest port city in Midnight in Odessa.
Full of dark humor and melancholy wit, Mean Little Deaf Queer stories the triumphs and stumbling blocks of one woman's handicapped life.
Adrienne Urbanski picks up where The Women’s Room left off, exploring and experimenting with the definition of modern womanhood in The Love Children.
Take a refresher course in punk rock as it once was with Grunge, Michael Lavine and Thurston Moore’s photographic ode to alt.
Contemporary feminism proves as dynamic as it is undefinable in authors Aronowitz and Bernstein's cross-country research project, Girldrive.
Lorrie Moore considers the bonds of family and the intricacies of human relationships in her novel A Gate at the Stairs.
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