Other Girls Like Me by Stephanie Davies, one woman's coming of age at Greenham Common

Sep 01, 2020, 07:10 AM

Stephanie broke away from her long term boyfriend and went to live in the all women camp Greenham Common in Berkshire in the 80s. The women's wildness, irreverence and freedom influenced Stephanie greatly and she finally found out who she was.

And Other Girls Like Me, is up for an award, see below to enter:

Other Girls Like Me: A Lambda Literary Most Anticipated Book of September 2020
Finalist, The People's Book Prize - Vote Here!

Other Girls Like Me is funny and sad, powerful and inspirational, especially in these times that are calling for all of us to become activists. And Stephanie Davies can write. Her prose is lyrical, even at times mesmerizing.” — Beverly Donofrio, Riding in Cars with Boys

“I read the first 200 pages of Other Girls Like Me in one sitting, I couldn’t put it down. It’s my story and yet it’s not. It speaks to all of us radicals, feminists, and lesbians who grew up in the 70s and 80s. Stephanie’s warmth and compassion shine through these pages. What a life!" — Neri Tannenbaum, Producer, Orange is the New Black

"The history of Greenham Common, and the vibrant lesbian and feminist movement culture that it fostered, has been far too little chronicled. Stephanie Davies' book, Other Girls Like Me, beautifully captures the defiant, vital, punk-rock energy of that women-centered activist world and its lasting impact on both participants and the larger left.” — L.A. Kauffman, How to Read a Protest: The Art of Organizing and Resistance

Other Girls Like Me is published by Bedazzled

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