International Women's Day

We have made this post to celebrate women writers and women through out history who have persisted. We are proud that our adult and children bookstores carry a wide selection of a diverse and inclusive list of women writers. At Drawn and Quarterly everyday is International Women's Day! Here is a sampling of some of our favourite fiction, non-fiction, children literature, and graphic novels written by women.



1. Ali Smith, Winter
2. Kim Fu, The Lost Girls of Camp Forevermore
3. Carmen Maria Machado, Her Body and Other Parties


1. Anais Barbeau-Lavalette, La femme qui fuit
2. Heather O'Neill, Hôtel Lonely Hearts
3. Chloé Savoie-Bernard, Des femmes savantes


1. Erin Wunker, Notes from a Feminist Killjoy 
2. Morgan Jerkins, This Will Be My Undooing
3. Mary Beard, Women & Power: A Manifesto



1. Leslie Stein, Present
2. Anneli Furmark, Red Winter
3. Lynda Barry, The Good Times are Killing Me


1. Julie Delporte, Moi aussi je voulais l'emporter
2. Pénélope Bagieu, Culottées 2; Des femmes qui ne font que ce qu'elles veulent
3.Collectif, Dictionnaire critique du sexisme linguistique (Non-fiction)

Young Reader

1. Linda Rodriguez McRobbie, Princesses Behaving Badly
2. Mariko Tamaki, This One Summer
3. Victoria Jamieson, Roller Girl


1.Andrea Beaty, Ada Twist, Scientist
2. Elise Gravel, Je veux un monstre!
3. Kai Cheng Thom, From the Stars in the Sky to the Fish in the Sea


1. Lisa Charleboy & Mary Beth Leatherdale, #NotYourPrincess: Voices of Native American Women
2. Malala Yousafzai, Malala's Magic Pencil
3. Isabel Sanchez Vegara, Little People, Big Dreams: Frida Kahlo
4. Vashti Harrison, Little Leaders: Bold Women in Black History

1. Julia Pierpont, The Little Book of Feminist Saints
2. Linda Skeers, Women Who Dared
3. Kate Schatz, Rad Women Worldwide
4. Kay Woodward, What Would She Do?


1. Till Lukat, Dures à cuire
2. Lucile De Peslouan, Pourquoi Les Filles Ont Mal Au Ventre?
3. Catherine Girard-Audet, L'ABC des filles


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