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.

Storyhouse Women Book Club Reading List 2022/23

APRIL: Women’s Prize for Fiction – Piranesi, Susanna Clarke
MAY: Remembering bell hooks – All About Love, bell hooks
JUNE: LGBTQIA+ – Last Night at the Telegraph Club, Malinda Lo
JULY: Book to Screen – The Lost Daughter, Elena Ferrante
AUGUST: Holiday Read – The Vanishing Act of Esme Lennox, Maggie O’Farrell
SEPTEMBER: Non-Fiction – Invisible Women, Caroline Criado Perez
OCTOBER: Contemporary Fiction – The Girl with the Louding Voice, Abi Dare
NOVEMBER: Smashing the Glass Ceiling – Dare to Lead, Brené Brown
DECEMBER: Psychological Thriller – The Other Black Girl, Zakiya Dalila Harris
JANUARY: Historical Fiction – The Mountains Sing, Nguyễn Phan Quế Mai
FEBRUARY: Memoir – I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, Maya Angelou
MARCH: Feminism 101 – Bad Feminist, Roxanne Gay



Upcoming events

Wednesday 13 July 7pm Garret Bar
Wednesday 10 August 7pm Garret Bar
Wednesday 14 September 7pm Garret Bar
Wednesday 12 October 7pm Garret Bar
Wednesday 9 November 7pm Garret Bar
Wednesday 14 December 7pm Garret Bar

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