And we’re back! This week we take the conversation to the Midwest. We wanted to know a little bit more about Jessica Lopez Lyman, a good friend who organized a TWP Fundraising Crew for us last fall, so we interviewed her. Check out this amazing muxer below.       […]

Feminist Fistbumps: Jessica Lopez Lyman, A Nepantlera Who Loves Books

Thanks for joining us again, folks! And thank you for your continued support as we show some love to some of the amazing people who have helped this project along. This week, we feature Maribel Falcón, who is currently living in Brooklyn, New York, but spent the past seven years […]

Feminist Fistbumps: Maribel Falcón Creates a Space for Art, Love, ...

As part of Third Woman Press’s revitalization last year, we enlisted the talent of Cuban-American artist, Cristy C. Road for our Audre Lorde-inspired poster. Learn more about her punk rock roots and how she’s fused them with her art and feminism.            Third Woman Press Collective […]

Feminist Fistbumps: The Punk Rock Undertakings of Cristy C. Road

Happy Monday!  We hoped you liked our last blog post on meeting the Third Woman Press 3 Collective. Send a message through one of our social media sites or at if you’d like to know how you can help with the TWP movement! This week, we feature the woman who […]

Feminist Fistbumps: Santa Barbara’s Magda Garcia Fund-raises the Dead for ...

"My work is to inhabit the silences with which I have lived and fill them with myself until they have the sounds of brightest day and loudest thunder." - Audre Lorde
Inventing Ourselves: Summer Blog Series Greetings, readers! The Third Woman Press 3 Collective is kicking off a summer blog series that highlights all of the amazing people contributing to our TWP revitalization movement! This week, we begin with the six core collective members: Audrey, Brenda, Daniela, Kim, Mariana, and Sara. […]

Meet the Third Woman Press Collective

Variaciones Sobre Una Tempestad
Variaciones Sobre Una Tempestad/Variations on a Storm by Lucha Corpi. English translation by Catherine Rodriguez-Nieto. 1990. ISBN 00-943219-05-1, $10.99 Poetry from the acclaimed prize-winning poet (Palabras de mediodía) and novelist (the Gloria Damasco mysteries). Bilingual, Spanish, and English.     BOOK CATALOG

Variaciones Sobre Una Tempestad/Variations on a Storm

Latinas on Stage: Practice and Theory Edited by Alicia Arrizon, Lillian Manzor.  2000. ISBN 0943219175, $10.99 Latinas on Stage covers all the bases–performance text, productions photos, interviews, and critical discussion. The book assembles a tribute to the work of Latinas in theater and performance.  A great resource for anyone interested […]

Latinas on Stage