Born Female, new, revised edition, Caroline Bird, Pocket Books, 1971. ftl.25
Patriarchal Attitudes: The Case For Women In Revolt, Eva Figes, Fawcett,
1970. $.95 '
Understanding Women's Liberation, Edythe Cudlipp, Paperback Library, 1971.
The New Women: A Motive Anthology On Women's Liberation, Joanne Cooke,
Charlotte Bunch-Weeks, Robin Morgan, editors, Fawcett, 1970. $.95
"The U.S. And Women," The Houston Post, editorial, March 29, 1971.
"Less Equal Than Men," The Houston Post, editorial, April 3, 1971.
Members of ANON., so named in
honor of the countless women whose
works have gone without credit and/
or recognition, are collecting materials for the 1972 publication of an
anthology of creative efforts by women: poetry, short stories, photography,
graphics—all art forms.
Deadline for entries is June 30,
1971. Mail to ANON., 4224 University
Way NE, Seattle, Washington 98105.
Those who wish their materials
returned should clearly label their
name and return address. For manuscripts, please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope.
Jo Freeman is compiling an anthology
of the new research on women stimulated by the women's liberation movement. The book is intended to be a
general reader for courses on women
that are being taught on college
campuses. The papers should be feminist in perspective, substantive,
thought-provoking, and well documented. Papers on the media and anthropology are especially requested.
If interested, please contact: Jo
Freeman, 6031 S. Kimbark, Chicago,
...subscribe to the BROADSIDE
(members receive issues free)
I would like to become a member of N.O.W.
"(National dues $l0o00 Local dues $2.50)
I am not a N.O.W. member but would like to receive
"the newsletter ($3«00)
I would like to make a contribution of $ to N.O.W
Mail to: National Organization for Women, Houston Area Chapter,
P.O. Box 384, Bellaire, Texas 77401
One must pay national dues to be a member of 11.0.W.