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Coverflip challenge reimagines famous dude book covers as by and for women

TweetYesterday author Maureen Johnson, fed up with sexist responses to the perceived gender appeal of her books covers, issued a challenge to her followers. She writes: You are informed about a book’s perceived quality through a number of ways. Probably the biggest is the cover…. And the simple fact of the matter is, if you [...]
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Win a copy of So Much Pretty by Cara Hoffman

TweetThis week, Cara Hoffman’s debut novel So Much Pretty comes out in paperback, and today, we are giving away copies of this remarkable book to five lucky Feministing readers. I reviewed So Much Pretty last year: … this is a book about how every one of us colludes in rape culture. It’s about how we [...]
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I Am J photo contest: we have a winner!

TweetLast week I announced a contest to win a copy of I Am J signed by author Cris Beam. And now we have a winner! I like the way Jackie, the photographer, uses objects in space to convey a sense of identity. Here’s the winning photo collage: Click to enlarge. Congratulations to Jackie and thank [...]
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Contest: win a signed copy of I Am J

TweetI Am J is the story of a Latino teenager coming out as a trans guy in New York City. I’m definitely a fan of young adult fiction, and this book’s a great example of how the genre can be used to raise awareness or offer young people an example of someone else like them, [...]
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Win free tickets to a screening of Hey, Boo!

TweetA few months ago, I wrote about Hey, Boo, the new documentary about Harper Lee and her classic novel, To Kill a Mockingbird. Now, you can win tickets to a fantastic event at the Paley Center next Wednesday night: a screening of the film and a panel discussion with Mary Murphy, who made the film, [...]
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