Favorites of 2010: Nonfiction/Memoir

Given the name of my blog, is it any surprise that all of my favorite nonfiction/memoir reads in 2010 are by and (almost) all about women? I majored in Women’s History in grad school, so I get all geeked out over anything feminism/women’s history-related. Another thing all these books have in common: I could notContinue reading “Favorites of 2010: Nonfiction/Memoir”

Girldrive: Criss-Crossing America, Redefining Feminism

What does feminism mean to the modern American woman?  In Girldrive, Nona Willis Aronowitz and Emma Bee Bernstein take readers on a road trip across the United States  in search of the answer to that question.  The book is comprised of journal entries, Bernstein’s beautiful photographs, and excerpts from the interviews that Aronowitz and BernsteinContinue reading “Girldrive: Criss-Crossing America, Redefining Feminism”