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Missing from the Village
Justin Ling
Hardcover | Sep 2020
in store $32.95
Blonde Roots
Bernardine Evaristo
Paperback | Oct 2020
on order $21.99
(releases Oct 20 2020)
The Emperor's Babe
Bernardine Evaristo
Paperback | Oct 2020
on order $18.99
(releases Oct 20 2020)
Shame and Prejudice
Kent Monkman
Hardcover | Sep 2020
on order $64.95
(releases Sep 25 2020)

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A series of great short essays! Forerunners: Ideas FirstSee more
Suggestions d'une collection d'essais de l'University of Minnesota Press !

Nos libraires viennent de découvrir, depuis peu, une fantastique collection de courts essais spéculatifs en anglais, Forerunners Ideas First, sur plein de sujets passionnants autour de la justice sociale et souvent au cœur de questions que l'on se pose et on nous pose à travers des angles uniques!

Que ce soit les problèmes entourant la ludification des révoltes anti-esclavagistes, la compréhension des populations LatinX au-delà du terme et de la géographie, la présence du féminisme dans l'anthropocène à travers Mad Max, la nostalgie racistes des publicités et marques de nourriture, la militarisation et l'incarcération des réfugiés, etc. (avec un essai qui semble prometteur à paraître le 1er septembre 2020 autour du care des personnes trans!) les sujets sont très très nombreux, bien vulgarisés et super intéressants!
Zines & Self-Published BooksSee more
MagazinesSee more
6 feminist manga artists to discoverSee more
Read the full blog post talking about the books and authors in this selection! 
Books for Kids with Anxiety / Livres pour les enfants anxieux·sesSee more
L'anxiété, épisodique, passagère ou chronique a plusieurs visages et levains. Cette araigné des nerfs et de la tête trouve un refuge confortable dans les paumes humides, les cauchemars très recherchés et les anticipations détaillées. Voici quelques livres pour apprivoiser sa toile et démontrer que l'anxiété se passe, une victoire à la fois. 
Afrofuturist 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 afroturist novels & essays 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!

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