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A collection of short stories from a chorus of bestselling writers all set on the same day, October 23, 1915, in which tens of thousands of women marched for the right to vote in New York City.

“This collection, written by some of the most celebrated authors writing today commemorates and celebrates the battles women faced in fighting for the Nineteenth Amendment. The stories focus on women of different ages, different backgrounds, different ethnicities, as well as on the contributions made by men who supported the cause. These talented authors bring the powerful, important, emotional tale of the suffrage movement alive. In reading these stories as a collection, I was struck by the importance of the message. We are often reminded that those who forget the past are doomed to repeat it, and I believe deeply in the truth of that sentiment. Few things are as vital as remembering and passing on history to future generations. History is not a set of dry facts in a dusty old book. We keep the past alive by remembering the people who lived it, who fought for a more equal world and who paid for their convictions. This short story collection celebrates the women who fought for all women and ensured that our voices would be heard. By voting, we join the ghosts of the women who came before us in the fight to make the world a better place for our children and grandchildren.”
--Kristin Hannah, from the introduction for Stories From Suffragette City

With stories from:

Lisa Wingate
M. J. Rose
Steve Berry
Paula McLain
Katherine J. Chen
Christina Baker Kline
Jamie Ford
Dolen Perkins-Valdez
Megan Chance
Alyson Richman
Chris Bohjalian
and Fiona Davis

Ficción y literatura
octubre 27
Henry Holt and Co.

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