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Spinifex Press Newsletter
|Issue 75, 2016|
Welcome to the latest edition of The Spin newsletter from the award-winning independent
feminist press. September was a busy month for all of us at Spinifex. Our 'That's Radical Feminism' conference was a great success. Held at the Lithuanian Club, North Melbourne and attended by a large and enthusiastic crowd, the two day event was a celebration of 25 years of feminist publishing made possible by two wonderful publishers and authors, Renate Klein and Susan Hawthorne.
Renate Klein and Susan Hawthorne
Ruth Gamble presented a stimulating discussion 'Patriarchy and Poetry'
A touch of welcome humour came from Lavender & Joan Ward
'Roaring Lesbians: A Conversation about Radical Out Ageing Regional Lesbian Life'
On a more serious note:
Olivera Simić author of Surviving Peace: A Political Memoir spoke about her life experience surviving peace and war.
Friday evening entertainment was hosted by the wonderful comedian Sue Ingleton and aided by the magical music of Kavisha Mazzella and Rachel Morgan and the Dyke Divas.
And every radical feminist event inspires us to write a manifesto.
Susan Hawthorne bringing together the important issues for a radical feminist future.
Look out for many more photos in the next issue of The Spin
Spinifex Press Anniversary Catalogue 1991-2016
It is with great pride that Spinifex present this catalogue. Twenty-five years is a long time in independent publishing, and for a feminist press it is quite an achievement. This catalogue is a celebration of our authors and everyone who has worked at Spinifex over its twenty-five year history.
Perth launch of Prostitution Narratives: Stories of Survival in the Sex Trade, edited by Melinda Tankard Reist and Caroline Norma
82 Angelo St, South Perth, Australia 6151
To be launched by Abigail Bray, author of Misogyny Re-loaded and co-editor of Big Porn Inc. Hear from contributors to the book Simone Watson and Alice, and Caitlin Roper who wrote a chapter ‘Men who buy women for sex’.
Farida Akhter who is a contributor to Seed Sovereignty and September 11, 2001 is touring around the UK before travelling to the Hague for the tribunal. She is one of the witnesses from across the globe who has been called because they have suffered human rights abuses, threats to their communities and destruction of their environment.
Details: Global Justice Now
Spinifex Press Staff
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