To Our Dear Aunt Lute Community,
With the year coming to a close, we hope to reflect on those we hold most dear and on what we are most grateful for. Our Aunt Lute team is very thankful for the support of our community members and those who have worked to make our events incredibly memorable this year.
This season we have a special offer to our readers. All Aunt Lute titles are now 20% off when you use Code: HOLIDAY20 at checkout. Share some knowledge with a loved one this holiday season while supporting your local feminist press! Find your favorite reads and more at Auntlute.com.
The Aunt Lute staff have curated a holiday guide of our favorite and newest releases to make gift-giving a little easier this year. We have also included some free or low-cost gift recommendations to help celebrate this season!
our newest release!
Named one of the “Best Books of 1987”
by Library Journal
Selected by Utne Reader as part of its
“Alternative Canon” in 1998
One of Hungry Mind Review's
“Best 100 Books of the 20th Century”
Aunt Lute Books is excited to again share our most recent release, the critical edition of Borderlands/La Frontera: The New Mestiza, written by Gloria Anzaldúa, edited by Ricardo F. Vivancos-Pérez and Norma Cantú. Featuring an afterword by scholar AnaLouise Keating, this conclusive exploration into the iconic text that changed the course of Chicanx, queer, and feminist theory breathes new life into the themes still present in today’s political and social climate.
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From top left, clockwise: The Aunt Lute Anthology of U.S. Women Writers, Volume One, 17th and 19th Centuries General Editors: Lisa Maria Hogeland and Mary Klages, The Aunt Lute Anthology of U.S. Women Writers, Volume Two, The 20th Century General Editors: Lisa Maria Hogeland and Shay Brawn, ¡Cuéntamelo! by Julian Delgado Lopera, Flesh to Bone by ire'ne lara silva.
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Free or Low-Cost Gift ideas
We do our best to price our books as affordably as possible while covering our costs, but we understand that financial burden can be a barrier. We have compiled a few ideas that offer alternatives!
POOR Press offers sliding scale prices on their publications, which include Poverty Scholarship, How to Not Call the Po'lice Ever, and Po' People's Survival Guide thru COVID 19 and the Virus of Poverty.
Write a song or a poem to or about them. Bonus points if you can sing it or read it to them!
Is there a dish that makes you think of them? Adapt a recipe you love in their honor by tweaking a few things (or if you're really feeling it, you could make something original) and write it out in a note for them. Extra love if you are able to make them the dish!
We hope you enjoy this holiday gift guide and if you do use any of these ideas, please tag us on our social media!
~ The Aunt Lute Team