Dead Feminists: Historic Heroines in Living Color

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Sasquatch Books
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9.9 X 12.5 X 0.8 inches | 1.8 pounds

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About the Author
CHANDLER O'LEARY is an illustrator and lettering artist, and a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design. She is the author of The Best Coast: Illustrated Adventures along the West Coast's Historic Highways and the author of an illustrated travel blog called Drawn the Road Again. She lives in Tacoma, Washington.

JESSICA SPRING holds an MFA from the Center for Book and Paper Arts. She is a letterpress printer and teacher and the proprietor of Springtide Press.
2018 Pacific Northwest Book Award Winner

"A very warm welcome to Dead Feminists. The world wants it."
--Jill Lepore, New York Times bestselling author of Book of Ages and The Secret History of Wonder Woman

"Fierce, feminist, and forceful, the fascinating words and incredible historical images in Dead Feminists brings the stories of these women to life like never before."
--Sam Maggs, author of The Fangirl's Guide to the Galaxy and Wonder Women

"Dead Feminists offers well-researched and meticulously illustrated insight into some of America's inspiring historic heroines--but it also goes way beyond that.
--Kate Schatz, author of the New York Times bestseller Rad American Women A-Z and Rad Women Worldwide

"[Puts] feminist history into memorable, beautiful context."

"Motivating women and beautiful art."

"A gorgeous new book of feminist history."
--Our RISD

"Basically your Nasty Women Bible Vol. 1."
--Strand Book Store

"Pioneering women and 21st-century illustration: now there's a cool combination... an illuminating look at 27 brilliant women... the words and deeds of each are examined, alongside archive photographs and gorgeous posters."
--The i Paper

"[A] gorgeous new book....Our #Bitchreads book of the week."
--Bitch Media

"[A] gorgeous exploration of design, printing, history and made me cry from its beauty."

"Art with the power to incite--and unite--women of every age and stage."

"The pages of this book will leave you feeling hopeful and ready for progress."
--Lenny Letter

--National Museum of Women in the Arts

"Bolster those bookshelves with some quality reading material."
-- ModCloth

"It's hard to know what's more awesome about the Dead Feminists series: the fact that the project enshrines the wisdom of feminists from bygone eras, or the fact that the resulting hand-drawn letterpress prints are so gosh-darn splendid to look at."

"This beautifully-illustrated letterpress hardcover weaves drawing, photographs, artifacts, and text to tell the story of 27 pioneers of the women's movement from Sappho to Eleanor Roosevelt to Shirley Chisholm."