“A highly readable and engaging work of firmly constructed history.” -Kirkus Reviews #AskaSuffragist
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The first review of Ask a Suffragist: Stories and Wisdom from America’s First Feminists has been published! The professional book reviewers at Kirkus Reviews described Ask a Suffragist as “a highly readable and engaging work of firmly constructed history.” The reviewers noted that Ask a Suffragist “skillfully tells the stories of lesser-known activists” and “gives full attention to the efforts of black women advocating for both suffrage and equality.”
The reviewers seemed surprised—but also delighted—by my casual, modern writing style. (This is a book by a modern activist intended to inspire other modern activists, not a stuffy history book intended to torture college students.)
You can read the full review here:The first book in the Ask a Suffragist series, America’s First Feminists, is available now. Get it today!
And while you wait for other books in the series to be available, we’re sharing recommendations of our other favorite memoirs, biographies, history books and fiction by or about suffragists to get you in the mood for the upcoming 100th anniversary of the Nineteenth Amendment. Happy reading!
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