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Becoming
Michelle Obama
Hardcover | Nov 2018
on order $40.00
(releases Nov 13 2018)
Hockey With Dad
Willie Sellars
Hardcover | Dec 2018
on order $19.95
(releases Dec 3 2018)
All Our Relations
Tanya Talaga
Paperback | Oct 2018
on order $19.95
(releases Oct 16 2018)
Polyamorous
Jenny Yuen
Paperback | Nov 2018
on order $24.99
(releases Nov 17 2018)

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What is L’Euguélionne, feminist bookstore?

L’Euguélionne (pronounced ler-gay-lee-onn – you can think of a gay lion, even though it’s not what it means  ) is a feminist bookstore and non-profit solidarity co-op in Montreal, also known as Tiohtià:ké, on unceded Mohawk and Algonquin territory. We offer a large selection of new and used books, zines and print art. The bookstore specializes in women*’s literature (fiction, poetry, comic books, essays, young adult fiction and children’s books) and feminist, queer, lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, intersex, asexual and non-binary, two-spirited, anti-racist, anti-colonial works, etc. We also host diverse literary feminist events including launches, reading circles, talks, workshops and round table discussions.


 
 


What we offer

  • A collection of feminist, queer, LGBTQIA2S* books of all kinds: essays, novels, poetry, art books, children’s books that challenge stereotypes, introductory books, university textbooks, a women’s history section, graphic novels … in other words, something for everyone!
  • Specialized booksellers who love what they do and can offer specific recommendations, hunt for rare resources and suggest works not carried by mainstream bookstores.
  • Introductory workshops on women’s literature and feminisms, given in CEGEPs, women’s centres, etc.
  • Over a thousand used books, snatched up by booksellers with a keen eye.
  • Tons of zines, poster art, cards and stickers by artists from Montreal and elsewhere.
  • A whirlwind of literary events, launches, reading circles, discussions, debates and celebrations.
  • A space for feminist communities to call their own