Celebrate Women’s History Month
March is all about women, and the wonderful contributions they’ve made throughout history. We thought we’d take a moment to share some of our titles that celebrate those women who have made a great impact throughout their lives, as well as some recent works from women who continue to make great strides in the world of literature.
Last Boat to Yokohama: The Life and Legacy of Beate Sirota Gordon – Nassrine Azimi and Michel Wasserman
In 1946, a remarkable woman secretly helped create Japan’s new constitution, contributing a revolutionary article, which stated: “All of the people are equal under the law and there shall be no discrimination in political, economic or social relations because of race, creed, sex, social status or family origin.”
We’ve also published Last Boat in Persian, to help inspire women around the globe, available here.
Weird Girl and What’s His Name – Meagan Brothers
We were honored to published Meagan Brothers’ incredible YA novel, Weird Girl and What’s His Name, which helped bring LGBT literature to the forefront of Three Rooms Press. The book was named one of Booklist’s Best YA Books of 2015 and won Foreword Reviews Indie Fab award for Best YA book of 2015.
Full Moon Stages: Notes from 50 Years of The Living Theatre – Judith Malina
As cofounder of the internationally-known, highly-controversial radical political troupe, The Living Theater, playwright, actor, poet, and anarchist, Judith Malina remains one of the leading female countercultural figures of the 20th century.
Atrium – Hala Alyan
Hala Alyan is an award-winning poet and author. She’s published 4 books of poetry and her debut novel, Salt Houses, was awarded the 2018 Dayton Literary Peace Prize. We were proud to publish her first collection of poetry, Atrium, which was won the 2013 Arab American Book Award for Poetry. Check it out here.