Moonseed: A Collection of Southern Feminist Art
Moonseed: A Collection of Southern Feminist Art
Moonseed: A Collection of Southern Feminist Art
Moonseed: A Collection of Southern Feminist Art

Moonseed: A Collection of Southern Feminist Art

St. Petersburg, Florida: Women's Energy Bank, 1991.

Staplebound wraps. 11" X 8 3/8". 46pp. Rather heavy wear to staplebound paper wraps, with warping to wraps and text block, ring and dampstain to upper wrap, and creasing to extremities. Binding is sound. Faint dampstain to title page, else pages unmarked. An admittedly worn, but solid and complete copy of this publication of the Women's Energy Bank, a nonprofit collective founded in Florida in 1982 that offered cultural, education, social, charitable and service programs for women, worked against racism, ableism, classism, ageism, fat oppression, anti-Semitism, heterosexism, and homophobia, and published the periodical Womyn's Words. This collection of feminist poetry and visual art by southern women features work by Neverne K. Covington, Sallie Bingham, Sue Gambill, Anne A. Miller, Bethroot Gwynn, Sudie Rakusin, Ruth Pettis, Reed Williams, Rena-paulette Guay, Luz Borerro, Abby Lynn Bogomolny, holly lu conant rees, Karin Kearns, Jayne Elizabeth Day, Deborah Williams, Tinamarie Hansen, Kathleen Culver, Christine O'Brien, Cynthia Bringle, SDiane Bogus, Lynn Carol Henderson, and Margaret Rigg. OCLC shows four holdings. Fair. Item #4138

Price: $75.00