Day 17: No One Is Too Small to Make a Difference

Across the first month of 2020, Sophie Baggott is sharing her thirty favourite books by women from across the world. Find out more about her project to read women writers from every country worldwide here. This collection of Greta Thunberg's speeches, No One Is Too Small to Make a Difference, was the book I selected … Continue reading Day 17: No One Is Too Small to Make a Difference

Day 15: Crimson

Across the first month of 2020, Sophie Baggott is sharing her thirty favourite books by women from across the world. Find out more about her project to read women writers from every country worldwide here. For me, Crimson by Niviaq Korneliussen (tr. Anna Halager) was a challenging but interesting read. The author first wrote the … Continue reading Day 15: Crimson

Day 13: Paradise of the Blind

Across the first month of 2020, Sophie Baggott is sharing her thirty favourite books by women from across the world. Find out more about her project to read women writers from every country worldwide here. I found Paradise of the Blind by Duong Thu Huong (tr. Phan Huy Duong & Nina McPherson) such a compelling … Continue reading Day 13: Paradise of the Blind

Day 12: The Wind That Lays Waste

Across the first month of 2020, Sophie Baggott is sharing her thirty favourite books by women from across the world. Find out more about her project to read women writers from every country worldwide here. Having visited Argentina for a few weeks in 2019, I fell head over heels for everything about the country's culture … Continue reading Day 12: The Wind That Lays Waste

Day 10: The House at Sugar Beach

Across the first month of 2020, Sophie Baggott is sharing her thirty favourite books by women from across the world. Find out more about her project to read women writers from every country worldwide here. Born in Liberia in 1966, Helene Cooper's memoir-history is an intimate and insightful lens on her experience of living through … Continue reading Day 10: The House at Sugar Beach

Day 9: Our Women on the Ground

Across the first month of 2020, Sophie Baggott is sharing her thirty favourite books by women from across the world. Find out more about her project to read women writers from every country worldwide here. Edited by Zahra Hankir, Our Women on the Ground: Arab Women Reporting from the Arab World is a first-of-its-kind essay … Continue reading Day 9: Our Women on the Ground