FWW Holiday Book Gift Guide

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DON’T STRESS OUT ABOUT HOLIDAY SHOPPING. GIVE A GIFT THAT ENDURES, INSPIRES, EDUCATES, COMFORTS, AND EXCITES.

A SLIDESHOW FEATURING COVERS OF THE WORK OF OUR PARTICIPATING WRITERS:

Festival of Women Writers Holiday Book Gift Guide

Featuring these books written by participating writers of Festival of Women Writers:

Arrival – Cheryl Boyce Taylor

Starshine and Clay – Kamilah Aisha Moon

Unforgivable Love – Sophfronia Scott

By My Precise Haircut – Cheryl Clarke

We Got Him – Elizabeth Searle

Sinister Wisdom – Julie Enszer, editor

Spill – Alexis Pauline Gumbs

Unquenchable Thirst – Mary Johnson

Mule & Pear – Rachel Eliza Griffiths

A Room Full of Women – Elisabeth Nonas

All I Need To Get By – Sophfronia Scott

Celebrities In Disgrace – Elizabeth Searle

Diosa de la Yuca – Marianela Medrano

Convincing The Body – Cheryl Boyce – Taylor

Avowed – Julie Enszer

The Days of Good Looks – Cheryl Clarke

The Declassified Eisenhower – Blanche Wiesen Cook

City of Friends – Elisabeth Nonas

Eyes, Stones – Elana Bell

After Mecca: Black Women and the Black Arts Movement – Cheryl Clarke

Say/Mirror – JP Howard

Girl Held In Home – Elizabeth Searle

Eleanor Roosevelt – volumes 1, 2 & 3 – Blanche Wiesen Cook

The Fall of Rome – Martha Southgate

Flares and Fathoms – Margot Farrington

Night Navigation – Ginnah Howard

Amelia Anne Is Dead and Gone – Kat Rosenfield

Rituals in the Marrow – E.J. Antonio

Art In The Catskills – Simona David

Stay With Me – Sandra Rodriguez Barron

Leaving Atlanta – Tayari Jones

The New Black – Evie Shockley

Burning Furiously Beautiful – Stephanie Nikolopoulos

Doing Time Outside – Ginnah Howard

Great Space of Desire – Dara Lurie

Framed In Silence – Lynn Domina

What We Ask of Flesh – Remica Bingham

Arc & Hue – Tara Betts

Warrior Poet – Alexis DeVeaux

Girls Raised In The South: An Anthology

The Gilda Stories – Jewelle Gomez

We Begin Here – Kathy Engel

Ruth’s Skirts – Kathy Engel

The Kitchen – Kathy Engel

Living As A Lesbian – Cheryl Clarke

Milk and Honey – Julie Enszer

She Has A Name – Kamilah Aisha Moon

Unseen America – Esther Cohen

Proxy – r.erica doyle

Revolutionary Mothering – Alexis Pauline Gumbs, editor

River, Cross My Heart – Breena Clarke

A Taste of Salt – Martha Southgate

Silver Sparrow – Tayari Jones

The Heiress of Water – Sandra Rodriguez Barron

Stand The Storm – Breena Clarke

Happiness Like Water – Chinelo Okparanta

Under The Udala Trees – Chinelo Okparanta

The Pink Box – Yesenia Montilla

Story Workout – Elisabeth Nonas

The Book Doctor – Esther Cohen

Scanning For Tigers – Margot Farrington

Rising and Falling – Margot Farrington

Angels Make Their Hope Here – Breena Clarke

Miracle Arrhythmia – Rachel Eliza Griffiths

I’m Sick of This Already – Ginnah Howard

When You Live By A River – Mermer Blakeslee

Don’t Mind Me – Esther Cohen

Cover Me – Sonya Huber

Prieta – Marianela Medrano

Third Girl From The Left – Martha Southgate

An Enchanted Hair Tale – Alexis DeVeaux

The Quarry Fox and other critters of the wild Catskills – Leslie T. Sharpe

The Girls in Chartreuse Jackets – Maria Mazziotti Gillan

Don’t Explain – Jewelle Gomez

Jam On The Vine – LaShonda Katrice Barnett

Rope & Bone – Ginnah Howard

Heart Turned Back – Bertha Rogers

Self-Publishing and Book Marketing – Simona David

Daughters of the Stone – Dahlma Llanos-Figueroa

Inland – Kat Rosenfield

Yabo – Alexis DeVeaux

Blue Talk and Love – Mecca Sullivan

Memoirs of the Unfaithful Lover – Bessy Reyna

An American Marriage – Tayari Jones

The Battlefield of Your Body – Bessy Reyna

Lilith’s Demons – Julie Enszer

The Complete Works of Pat Parker – Julie Enszer, editor

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE AUTHORS:

www.hobartfestivalofwomenwriters.blog

INFORMATION ABOUT HOBART FESTIVAL OF WOMEN WRITERS:

www.hobartfestivalofwomenwriters.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

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