Featured Books from Seal Press
A groundbreaking exploration of the ways Americans are reinventing success and redefining “better off,” through lives that reject traditional status symbols in lieu of fulfillment and value relationships over money.
$24.00 | September 2016 | 320 pages
The Feminist Activity Book will fuel your feminist rage and bring you one step closer to an egalitarian utopia, or whatever. Activities and illustrations lovingly (and hilariously) created by artist Gemma Correll.
$12.00 | May 2016 | 64 pages
A provocative manifesto, Whipping Girl tells the powerful story of Julia Serano, a transsexual woman whose supremely intelligent writing reflects her diverse background as a lesbian transgender activist and professional biologist.
$20.00 | May 2016 | 424 pages
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Yeah, we know the man in red gets all the credit, but who’s really in charge of Christmas toyland? Mrs. Claus, that’s who. This is a drink for all women who are getting ready for the holidays!
Forget applesauce; to celebrate Hanukkah, what you want is this refreshing Apple D.E.W. cocktail to pair with your latkes. All you need for this delicious drink are three ingredients and a glass (plus the latkes).
Named for Pauline Sabin, leader of the Prohibition Repeal movement, this drink is a riff on the famed French 75, a classic cocktail that usually is made with gin, lemon juice and simple syrup. This recipe calls for North Shore Sol, which Sonja Kassebaum describes as “a gin without the juniper,” and this refreshing and highly aromatic spirit is made with real chamomile and real citrus fruits.
You don’t have to be crafty or necessarily great in the kitchen to actually make some of your holiday gifts. Holiday booze gift making actually falls into the category of hard to screw up. Here are some ideas from Drink Like a Woman author Jeanette Hurt.
Women are tastemakers with excellent taste. If that’s something you’d like to toast to this Thanksgiving, we suggest this Scotch version of the Old Fashioned.
From childhood to adulthood, our bodies are criticized, critiqued, and judged. We are taught to be at war with ourselves, instead of learning how to celebrate how strong we are, how beautiful we are. So instead of letting the times get us down, let’s drink a toast to liking ourselves even more than we like this gin-based cocktail!
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