August, 2012

Borderlands/La Frontera 4th Ed.

Rooted in Anzaldúa’s experience as a Chicana, lesbian, and activist Borderlands profoundly challenges how we think about identity.

As one of the few remaining nonprofit women’s presses, we are very grateful to the individuals who have donated their valuable time and resources to support our mission of publishing the voices of underrepresented women from diverse backgrounds. If you are interested in making a tax-deductible donation, you may do so online through Network for Good.

New excerpt from Judy Grahn’s forthcoming memoir, A Simple Revolution

August 8, 2012 • As she enters the final stretch of her memoir, Judy Grahn reflects on her early days in San Francisco, the antiwar movement, and her induction into the feminist movement in this excerpt from A Simple Revolution

Capp Street and ‘The Common Woman Poems’ © 2012 Judy Grahn

As she enters the final stretch of her memoir, Judy Grahn reflects on her early days in San Francisco, the antiwar movement, and her induction into the feminist movement in this excerpt from A Simple Revolution.

Borderlands 4th Edition Kickstarter Update: We Made It!

August 1, 2012 • Everyone at Aunt Lute is thrilled and filled with gratitude in regards to the huge outpouring of community support to help fund the re-printing of Gloria Anzaldúa’s legendary text.

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