Feminist reading featuring Nancy Fraser, Vivian Gornick, Legacy Russell, Andrea Long Chu, Jacqueline Rose, Katherine Angel and Elizabeth Martínez.
Emma Pirnay recovers the gendered history of film editing and considers how we can recognise marginalised labour.
The life and work of Nawal El Sadaawi (1931 - 2021) can't be reduced to simple categories of political thought. Nihal El Aasar asks: how do we remember those whose positions were as complex as they were inspiring?
Connections between patriarchy, policing, and the failures of representational politics were brought into sharp focus last weekend by police violence at the vigil for Sarah Everard.
From escapism to the end of policing, we bring you 10 books that have defined this strange year.
Books to ignite revolutionary possibilities: all 40% (print) and 60% (ebook) off until the of the year.
Publishing in an extraordinary time: we share our highlights from, and experience of, this year.
Invite these women in, and let their voices pull on you: we pick our favourite witchy quotes from The Verso Book of Feminism.
Jessie Kindig, editor of the Verso Book of Feminism, shares her feminist Halloween selections.
"What was feminism, and how were we to recognize it, across all eras and all regions of the globe?" – Jessie Kindig, Verso Editor, looks back at the publication of The Verso Book of Feminism.