Stories from Suffragette City is a collection of short stories from the leading voices in historical fiction that all take place on a single day: the day one million women marched for the right to vote in New York City in 1915. A day filled with a million different stories, and a million different voices longing to be heard. Taken together, these stories from writers at the top of their bestselling game become a chorus, stitching together a portrait of a country looking for a fight, and echo into a resounding force strong enough to break even the most stubborn of glass ceilings.
With stories from:
M. J. Rose
Katherine J. Chen
Christina Baker Kline
and Fiona Davis
"A landmark 1915 protest for women’s suffrage is the setting for the dozen short stories in this rousing anthology . . . A diverse range of vivid characters brings human faces to a historical protest march."—Kirkus Reviews
“[Stories From Suffragette City] gives assured voice and intriguing dimension to the actors of a pivotal era.”—Publishers Weekly
Reviews from Goodreads
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