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“The voice that has for three decades provided a lyrical narrative of the changing position of women in American society.”   
The New York Times

photo: © Sara Krulwich


At twenty, Alix Kates Shulman left her native Cleveland, Ohio, for the excitement of New York's Greenwich Village. In the following decades she became a political activist, public feminist, university teacher, and award-winning writer.
(For details click on BIOGRAPHY)


She has published fifteen books, including five novels, three memoirs, three books for children, two books on the anarchist-feminist Emma Goldman, an essay collection, numerous short stories and essays, and a new Library of America anthology of Women's Liberation writings.
(For details click on WRITINGS




Alix protesting the Miss America Pageant in Atlantic City 1968 © New York Times