Gloria Steinem Signs Outrageous Acts and Ordinary Rebellions

Monday February 25: 12:00PM 2:00PM

Purchase a copy of Outrageous Acts and Ordinary Rebellions at the Strand to have it signed. The line for this event will form at 11:30 AM on the day of the event in front of the Strand on Broadway at 12th Street. 

 

Join us as icon Gloria Steinem signs the updated 30th anniversary edition of Outrageous Acts and Ordinary Rebellions, the classic essay collection that raised the consciousness of generations of women.

Please Note: A copy of Outrageous Acts must be purchased from Strand to take part in this signing. Proof of purchase is required. One additional book can be brought from home. Only two books total per person will be signed. No memorabilia will be signed. Please leave all large bags and memorabilia at home.

Don't miss Gloria in conversation with Sally Wagner at The New School on March 8th!

Outrageous Acts and Everyday Rebellions has sold over half a million copies since its original publication in 1983, acclaimed for its witty, warm, and life-changing view of the world, "as if women mattered." Steinem's truly personal writing is here, from the now-famous exposé, "I Was a Playboy Bunny," to the moving tribute to her mother "Ruth's Song (Because She Could Not Sing It)". Her prescient essays on female genital mutilation and the difference between erotica and pornography that are still referenced and relevant today, and the hilarious satire, "If Men Could Menstruate” resonates as much as ever.

As Watson writes of Steinem in her foreword, “She makes what otherwise can be arduous and depressing reading into something not only relatable, but also enjoyable... Her plain common sense, calling things out as they are, will make you laugh out loud. This is her superpower.”

GLORIA STEINEM is the author of many best-selling books, including My Life on the Road, Revolution from Within, and Moving Beyond Words. She was a founding editor of and political commentator for New York Magazine and a founding editor of Ms., which she continues to write for today.