She Said, She Said

1. Laura Kipnis

October 27 at Barnes & Noble

The Northwestern professor explores the ways women defeat themselves in terms of feminism and sexuality, as discussed in her new book, Female Thing.

2. Michelle Sewell

October 27 at Bluestockings

Activist Sewell presents her anthology, Growing Up Girl: An Anthology of Voices From Marginalized Spaces.

3. Ellen Burstyn

October 25 at Barnes & Noble

The remarkable actress—remember her transformation in Requiem for a Dream?—explores the experiences, from a difficult childhood to spousal abuse, that shaped the woman she became.

She Said, She Said