Join Alison Miller, author of Demo, and Magi Gibson, Reader in Residence with the Library, at GWL in Landressy Street as they discuss the books that shaped them as women and as writers.
GWL doesn’t just have books on its amazing shelves. We also have a fantastic archive of magazines past and present; publications which have pushed forward the cause of gender equality.
I was delighted to discover SPARE RIB. Spare Rib emerged in June 1972. Its purpose, as described in its editorial,
A fresh, blunt and fun style of writing is used by Valenti to help young women make the transition from a woman that doesn’t identify herself as a feminist but has feminist values, into a proud and informed feminist.
Artists Kate Davis and Faith Wilding developed Feminist Lines of Flight in 2010, inviting a diverse group of people to add their feminist ‘must reads’ and ‘must sees’ to an inspiring list now available on our website.
Artists Kate Davis and Faith Wilding developed a project, Feminist Lines of Flight in 2010 that involved a diverse group of people adding their feminist ‘must reads’ and ‘must sees’. The GWL Book Group is hosting a special session with one of the ‘Lines of Flight’ Marilyn French’s feminist classic The Women’s Room to launch this fantastic resource moving to the GWL website. All are welcome to come along and discuss this groundbreaking novel in a friendly and celebratory session.
So, three months are over and I just cannot believe how quickly time went by. However, I feel I have learnt a lot and gained a lot of new impressions and I would like to share some thoughts and experiences with you. I choose the Glasgow Women’s Library as organization for my placement due to [...]
As part of our activities around International Women’s Day, Nisha and I were invited to Dunoon to deliver the F Word workshop at an event for the Engender Women into Public Life project in Argyle and Bute. Women into Public Life aims to support women in the Argyle and Bute area in having their voices [...]
Essential reading for any woman, or man, with an interest in ridding the world of patriarchy
Clear those winter blues in November and December with Louna Productions’ feminist reinterprataions of classic tales to Storytelling with Lesley and friends at Glasgow Women’s Library.
This event, organised by Engender’s Women into Public Life project, gives women in the Argyle area a chance to find out about training and about the opportunities available for them to influence the decisions that affect their lives.