Cover artwork: Florence Carr
How to run your own book club is a collaboration between The Feminist Bookshop and Brighton CCA towards a Feminist Reading Group.
Notes by Ruth, founder of The Feminist Bookshop, accompany A Room of One’s Own by Virginia Woolf (1929) for the first in the series. The classic feminist text is an extended essay based on two lectures given by Woolf at Cambridge University in 1928.
Invite friends and family to join you remotely and share your thoughts @brightoncca & @thefeministbookshop
COMMUNAL Online: Passages of Time is a three-part programme examining alternative understandings of our social narratives and the models of organisation which reflect them. The book club discussion notes follow the online programme structure: the first part considers the historical roots of our discourse, the second how these are manifested in the present and the third how we can effect change.
The Feminist Bookshop is an independent bookshop based in central Brighton, currently online and delivering. The shop opened in November 2019 following a successful crowdfunding campaign. The bookshop stocks a range of bookswritten by and about women, hosts events celebrating female artists and provides space for dialogue, discussion and debate. Visit the online shop on their website and follow them @thefeministbookshop