The Radical Library

Reading is one of the most important and exciting tools we have. When it comes to recovery and educating ourselves, books are a beautiful way to take control of our own learning and healing. We have started The Radical Library to enable everyone to access books that might support us. This is currently U.K. based.

Anyone can borrow any book we have in our library already, or you can request any book you would like to read and we will buy it and add it to our collection for you.

To borrow a book simply email us at the and say which book you would like. Please include your address as we will post it to you and include return postage so you can post it back to us for free when you are done.

A list of books available currently:

Beloved – Toni Morrison

Witches, Sluts, Feminists: Conjuring the Sex Positive Kindle Edition – Kristen J. Sollee 

I am your sister – Audre Lorde

Come as you are – Emily Nagoski

All about love – Bell Hooks

Half of a Yellow Sun – Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Woman at point zero- Nawal El Saadawi

The hidden face Eve – Nawal El Saadawi

On the road – Gloria Steinmen

Ethical Slut – Dossie Easton and Janet Hardy

Revolting prostitutes – Molly Smith & Juno Mac

The art of asking – Amanda Palmer

Girl, Woman, Other – Bernardine Evaristo 

The colour purple – Alice Walker

Year of the monkey – Patti Smith

The vagina monologues – Eve Ensler

Queenie – Candice Carity-Willaims

Widow Basquiat – Jennifer Clement

I am Mahala – Mahala Yousafzai

Women, class and race – Angela Davis

Why I am no longer talking to white people about race – Reni Edo-lodge

Natives: Race and Class in the ruins of empire – Akala 

The Colour Of Violence – INCITE! Women of Color Against Violence 

The open veins of Latin America – Eduardo Galeano

Bananeras – Dana Frank

Pleasure Activism – Adrienne Maree Brown

What a time to be alone – Chidera Eggerue

By word of mouth – lesbians write the erotic

Everyday sexism – Laura Bates

Threads: Changes During the Menstrual Cycle; Feminism and Anatomy; Medical Model of Menstruation; Politics of so-called PMS 

Culpeper’s Complete Herbal – Nicholas Culpeper 

Rosemary  Gladstar’s Herbal Recipes – Rosemary  Gladstar

Rosemary Gladstar’s Medicinal Herbs – Rosemary  Gladstar

The Herbal Healing Bible – Jade Britton

The Campaigning Handbook – Mark Lattimer 

How to talk to anyone – Leil Lowndes

The little book of confidence – Susan JeffersPeople Power – John Robbins, Paul Stooks

Why We March: Signs of Protest and hope – Artisan

No one is too small to make a difference – Greta Thunburg

The new Jim Crow – Michelle Alexander

Women who changed the world – Ross Horton and Sally Simmons

20th Century Women’s Poetry – Fleur Adcock 

Joyriding the storm – Vanessa Kisuule

Milk and Honey – Rupi Kaur

The Sun and Her Flowers – Rupi Kaur

Preparing my daughter for rain – Key Ballah

The witch doesn’t burn in this one – Amanda Lovelace