I’m delighted to announce that my new radical feminist anthology, Spinning and Weaving: Radical Feminism for the 21st Century, has just been published by Tidal Time Publishing!
The print book is available for purchase at worldwide bookstores, online retailers, and (at a special sale price for U.S. purchasers) at Tidal Time Publishing’s site at https://www.tidaltimepublishing.com/our-books.
In the 2020s, there is a rebirth of radical feminist theory and activism. Hence, this new anthology, which brings together the best in contemporary radical feminist thought. Spinning and Weaving: Radical Feminism for the 21st Century seeks to raise up the voices of women around the world writing or creating from a radical feminist perspective, including scholars, journalists, political activists and organizers, bloggers, writers, poets, artists, and independent thinkers.
This anthology especially seeks to amplify the voices of Women of Color, who are most likely to be silenced, marginalized, or ignored, and their experience denied or minimized. Relevant to contemporary radical feminism, this collection explores themes around the intersection of sex, race, and other axes of oppression; violence against women and girls; sex trafficking and the sex industry; pornography; sexuality; lesbian feminism; the environment; political activism; feminist organizing; women-only spaces and events; liberal versus radical feminism; transgenderism; and many other topics of interest and import to radical feminist theory and practice.
Spinning and Weaving’s Contributing Editor, Elizabeth Miller (that’s me!), is a radical feminist activist who runs the Chicago Feminist Salon and co-organized the Women in Media Conference, a radical feminist conference held in Chicago in 2018. Among other projects, she is currently working on organizing two other radical feminist conferences in the U.S., and runs the Radical Feminism Resources community on Facebook.
The book will also soon be available for purchase in electronic formats through Kindle and other e-readers.
You can read more about Spinning and Weaving at https://spinningandweaving.org/.