Reviewed by Caroline. When Carbon Slowly Turning, a new book that gives a stunning overview of artist and photographer Ingrid Pollard’s practice, spanning 40 years, arrived at Glasgow Women’s library […]
“That’s the thing about books. They let you travel without moving your feet”, says American writer Jhumpa Lahiri, and we couldn’t agree more! After all, don’t we all need a […]
Our volunteer Joy shares her thoughts on this new translation of Una Donna by Sinilla Aleramo, first published in Italian in 1906.
On the first Wednesday of every month, GWL team members share what we’ve read recently at our Book Picnic. Like last month, our Book Picnic took place remotely, giving all of us some valuable social interaction and providing us with many, many excellent book suggestions…
Red Dust Road saw me through the first few weeks of lockdown…
This month we met for Book Picnic, not in the library, but remotely! Here are the books we’ve been reading:
This is a gripping, powerful book. Reading it, I was impressed with the depth of Brooks’ research and how lightly it was carried – though complex, it was easy to follow and to remember the many and varied characters.
A selection of books from our library young women might like to read.
One of our volunteers gives a brief review on a book she read recently.
Check out our reading recommendations from this month’s book picnic featuring historical fiction novels, a feminist recipe book, a feminist manifesto, etc.