Inanna Book Bundles

Need a new read for yourself? Or a gift for a smart reader? Inanna bundles have your back! With three and four book bundles on topics from feminist history to the imagined future, you can treat your friends and family to books by great authors, and snag an extra book for yourself!

The Climate Conscious Bundle (3 books)

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The Climate Conscious Bundle includes Nina Munteanu’s new award-winning novel, A Diary in the Age of Water, “an uncompromising warning of our future;” the compelling international anthology, Climate Chaos: Ecofeminisms and the Land Question edited by Ana Isla; and Salimah Valiani‘s new award-winning poetry collection, 29 leads to love, “a paean to love that is political, transformative and global.”



The Historical Lit Bundle (4 books)

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The Historical Lit Bundle features Kimberly Garrett Brown‘s novel, Cora’s Kitchen, set in the Harlem Renaissance, and “delves deeply into what it means to be a Black woman with ambition”; Hypatia’s Wake, a new poetry collection by Susan Andrews Grace, “a gorgeous and indispensable recalibration of Hypatia of Alexandria’s consummate genius”; Jane Cawthorne‘s novel,  Patterson House,“part sweeping historical novel, part ghost story, part coming of age tale and part feminist rally cry.”; and Heather Babcock‘s  novel, Filthy Sugar, which “takes us to the mid-1930s, from the struggles of a working class slum, to the hustle and excitement on and off the burlesque stage.”

The Weird Worlds Bundle (3 books)

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The Weird Worlds Bundle features Lisa de Nikolits‘s new dystopian sci fi novel, Everything You Dream is Real, “a fantastically riveting book, loaded with strange delights, scary caprices and an infinity of comic turns and twists”; The Loneliness of the Time Traveller, “the ultimate travel tale”—a time slip novel novel set in contemporary Los Angeles and eighteenth-century London by Erika Rummel; and Ursula Pflug‘s short fiction collection, Seeds and Other Stories; stories that “are sly and joyous, scary and entrancing, profound, unsettling, amusing, and utterly—perfectly!—unique.”



The Motherload Bundle (3 books)

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The Motherload Bundle features (M)othering: an anthology edited by Anne Sorbie and Heidi Grogan, a collection “as varied, complex, heart-wrenching, joyful, poignant, warm, fraught, funny, whimsical, tragic, contradictory, and lovely as the experience of motherhood itself”; the new edition of Betsy Warland‘s “still astonishing, still heart-opening, and more necessary than ever” classic feminist memoir, Bloodroot: Tracing the Untelling of Motherloss; and Erella Shadmi’s international collection, The Legacy of Mothers: Matriarchies and the Gift Economy as Post Capitalist Alternatives: “Every reader will be inspired to flex their nurturing muscles and transform the world.”



Personal Herstories Bundle (3 books)

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This Personal Herstories Bundle features Lorrie Potvin‘s new memoir, Horses in the Sand, a collection of stories that document a queer Métis woman’s journey from her sparse beginnings to becoming a tradeswoman, teacher, and artist; Tumblehome: One Woman’s Canoeing Adventures in the Divine Near-Wilderness by Brenda Missen, [a] “memoir, travel guide, adventure, prayer, and love story”; and Nicole Luongo’s The Becoming; A Memoir, a book that “mixes autobiographical reflection with academic analysis about her experiences of madness, addiction and support systems.”



The In Translation Bundle (3 books)

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The In Translation Bundle features the novel, A Knife in the Sky by Marie-Célie Agnant, translated by Katia Grubisic, “the heart-rending testimony of the suffering, the inner struggles and the stand against Duvalierism” in Haiti; Under a Kabul Sky: Short Fiction by Afghan Women, translated by Elaine Kennedy, which was named a Finalist for the 2022 International Book Award for Multicultural Fiction; and Virginia Pesemapeo Bordeleau’s novel, Blue Bear Woman, translated by Susan Ouriou and Christelle Morelli, the story of a young Cree woman’s search for her roots and identity, and the first novel written by an Indigenous woman that was published in Quebec in the French language.