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Juliet Takes a Breath
Gabby Rivera
Paperback | May 2021
in store $14.99
Dear Senthuran
Akwaeke Emezi
Hardcover | Jun 2021
on order $40.50
(releases Jun 8 2021)
All the Rage
Brad Fraser
Hardcover | May 2021
on order $34.00
(releases May 18 2021)
Holding Change
adrienne maree brown
Paperback | Jun 2021
on order $22.50
(releases Jun 4 2021)

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Cycloféminisme / Cyclo-feminismSee more
Pour tous vos besoins (essais et fictions) en cycloféminisme!

Histoire des femmes à vélo, théorie cyclo-féministe, des utopies de mondes à vélo, l'économie et la bicyclette, zines, trucs pratiques, le cycloféminisme est un univers de possibles et de découvertes!!! Inclut une petite sélection d'ouvrages qui peuvent vous outiller dans vos déplacements et réparations de vélos.

À vos bikes, prêtes, lisons!
Zines & Self-Published BooksSee more
MagazinesSee more
Feminist, queer and racial video game theorySee more
The association between feminism, queer and video games seem to be a relatively new one. The identity of the "gamer" have long been one, or at least been perceived, as a white male player (Gaming Sexism) and while there are ways to play video game queerly (Video Games Have Always Been Queer, Queer Game Studies) questions of representation and sexism in video game are not a new but are still necessary to adress to the old and current game landscape. By playing and engaging these game with feminist perspectives (Play like a feminist) and thinking critically about those games (Gaming Masculinity: Trolls, Fake Geeks, and the Gendered Battle for Online Culture) we could see a shift in this medium, one that is only growing more acepting and that feminists around the world will be able to

play, enjoy and create (Rise of the Videogame Zinesters: How Freaks, Normals, Amateurs, Artists, Dreamers, Drop-outs, Queers, Housewives, and People Like You Are Taking Back an Art Form).

Afrofuturist, african futurist and black speculative books written by womenSee more
At the intersection of imagination, technology, the future and liberation (in the words of Ytasha L. Womack in her essay Afrofuturism), Afrofuturism makes it possible to envisage a future through the socio-cultural black experience.

Here is a list of afrofuturist, african futurist and black speculative novels by women. This list also includes a larger selection of nonfiction books about afrofuturism.

To read while listening to Grace Jones, Janelle Monae and Sun Ra!

We also have a list of afrofuturist books in french!
6 feminist manga artists to discoverSee more
Read the full blog post talking about the books and authors in this selection! 

What is L’Euguélionne, feminist bookstore?

L’Euguélionne ([Ləgeljɔn] pronounced ler-gay-lee-onn – you can think of a gay lion, even though it’s not what it means ) is a feminist bookstore and non-profit solidarity co-op in Montreal, also known as Tiohtià:ké, on unceded Mohawk territory. We offer a large selection of new and used books, zines and print art. The bookstore specializes in women*’s literature (fiction, poetry, comic books, essays, young adult fiction and children’s books) and feminist, queer, lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, intersex, asexual and non-binary, two-spirited, anti-racist, anti-colonial works, etc. We also host diverse literary feminist events including launches, reading circles, talks, workshops and round table discussions.


What we offer

  • A collection of feminist, queer, LGBTQIA2S* books of all kinds: essays, novels, poetry, art books, children’s books that challenge stereotypes, introductory books, university textbooks, a women’s history section, graphic novels … in other words, something for everyone!
  • Specialized booksellers who love what they do and can offer specific recommendations, hunt for rare resources and suggest works not carried by mainstream bookstores.
  • Introductory workshops on women’s literature and feminisms, given in CEGEPs, women’s centres, etc.
  • Hundreds of used books.
  • Tons of zines, poster art, cards and stickers by artists from Montreal and elsewhere.
  • A whirlwind of literary events, launches, reading circles, discussions, debates and celebrations.
  • A space for feminist communities to call their own