Calling all like-minded individuals of all ages with a love of books, feminism and sticking it to the Patriarchy! Come along and gather once a month to chat. This is an all-inclusive group for anyone looking for some interesting discussions and who would like to make a change – one book at a time! 12 books have been carefully selected by volunteer and Storyhouse Woman – Lowri Evans. Join the library online or in Storyhouse.

March Women’s Prize for Fiction Award Home Fire by Kamila Shamzie
April Classic (Pre 1900s) Emma by Jane Austen
May Last 12 Months Manhattan Beach by Jennifer Egan
June Memoire Why be Happy When You Could be Normal? By Jeanette Winterson
July Non-Fiction The War on Women by Sue Lloyd-Roberts
August In Translation The Vegetarian by Han Kang
September LGBT Tin Man by Sarah Winman
October Book to Screen We Need to Talk About Kevin by Lionel Shrivers
November Feminist Figurehead The Guilty Feminist by Deborah Frances-White
December Dystopian When She Woke by Hillary Jordan
January 20th Century The Colour Purple by Alice Walker
February Bring the Laughs The Cows by Dawn O’Porter
March Other Cultures Purple Hibiscus by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie




Upcoming events

Wednesday 8 May 7pm Meeting Room
Wednesday 12 June 7pm Meeting Room
Wednesday 10 July 7pm Meeting Room
Wednesday 14 August 7pm Meeting Room
Wednesday 11 September 7pm Meeting Room
Wednesday 9 October 7pm Meeting Room
Wednesday 13 November 7pm Meeting Room
Wednesday 11 December 7pm Meeting Room

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