14 Feminist Books of 2014

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Terri Brandmueller

From poetry and fiction to essays and memoir, 2014 was a stellar year for chroniclers of the rich tapestry of female experience. These award-winning books touch specifically on issues of gender inequality, identity politics, social injustice, sexual awakening and coming of age, and all resonate with a strong authorial voice.

Here’s our list of some of the best reads of the year: 

Bonus pick: A Girl is a Half-formed Thing, by Eimear McBride (Simon & Schuster Canada), Winner of the 2014 Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction

Don’t hesitate to let us know if we’ve left out any of your favourites: tweet us @RoomMagazine or comment below.

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