Books by Robin Morgan

Released: Dec. 1, 2013

"Whatever the nuggets of interest, this reads like an endless magazine article in need of editorial shaping and some kind of organizing principle."
A hit-and-miss oral history of the "youthquake" year, from a predominantly British perspective. Read full book review >
Released: Sept. 13, 1999

"Poems that are alive to language and burning with passion."
Best known for her radical-feminist polemics, and for editing the seminal Sisterhood Is Powerful, Morgan (The Word of a Woman, 1992, etc.) returns to poetry after a long hiatus, breaking her silence —to parry— rejection by her lover of 15 years. Read full book review >
Released: Nov. 2, 1992

"Too valuable to be ignored, but too often testing the reader's patience."
Essays from the editor-in-chief of Ms., including: an interesting look back at the feminist wave she helped start 20 years ago; some fine partisan journalism; and some perfectly dreadful flights of fancy. Read full book review >
Released: Dec. 1, 1991

"Zerner's elegant pen drawings embellish an unusually attractive format featuring decorative initials and tailpieces; her daughter Amy Zerner's colorful jacket art will also attract readers. (Fiction. 9-12)"
A sweet (if purposive) story by the editor of Ms. magazine, couched as a modern sequel to ``The Little Mermaid'': When the Mer-Child hears Andersen's tale, he recognizes it as his parents' story, though important details differ (e.g., his father—a mariner, not a prince—remained faithful). Read full book review >