WAH x Serpent’s Tail for International Women’s Day 2019

05 March 2019

We’re so excited to be teaming up with London beauty powerhouse WAH NAILS to celebrate International Women’s Day 2019 with an in-salon feminist library and free lunchtime event with author Alex Holder.

This week, head down to the WAH Nails salon in Soho and browse a library of ten of our incredible women writers while you wait for your appointment. Tag us & WAH in your insta stories/tweets to be in with a chance of winning books.

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On Friday 8th March at 1pm, Alex Holder will hold a free event discussing her new book Open Up, and the power of talking about money. Open Up (published Thursday 7th March) calls for us to radically improve our finances by talking about money with friends, family and colleagues. WAH Nails is located at 4 Peter Street, Soho, London, W1F 0AD.

The WAH Feminist Library is made up a combination of recent and classic titles by women writers. The library includes cult autofiction I Love Dick by Chris Kraus, National Book Award finalist Her Body & Other Parties by Carmen Maria Machado, Sunday Times Bestselling food manifesto Eat Up by Ruby Tandoh and the classic The Piano Teacher by Nobel winner Elfriede Jelinek.

 Follow the action on Twitter + Instagram: @serpentstail @WAHNAILS #WAHfeministlibrary #IWD19

Shop the collection with 10% off + free UK p&p

Astragal by Albertine Sarrazin (Serpent’s Tail Classics)

Eat My Heart Out by Zoe Pilger

I Love Dick by Chris Kraus

The Piano Teacher by Elfriede Jelinek (Serpent’s Tail Classics)

Virtuoso by Yelena Moskovich

The Word for Woman is Wilderness by Abi Andrews

Eat Up! by Ruby Tandoh

Open Up by Alex Holder

Quicksand & Passing by Nella Larsen (Serpent’s Tail Classic)

Her Body & Other Parties by Carmen Maria Machado