Sheba Feminist Publishers


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Employer Gillian Allnutt
GA was a member of Sheba Feminist Publishers , a collective enterprise operating in London.
“Contemporary Authors”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Centre-LRC.
Occupation Gillian Allnutt
Sheba Feminist Publishers , established in January 1980, is a small independent publisher that champions the work of marginalized UK women. This includes the writing of women who [haven't] been to Oxford or Cambridge ...
Textual Production Gillian Allnutt
GA published with Sheba Feminist Publishers her first substantial poetry volume, Spitting the Pips Out.
OCLC WorldCat.
Textual Production Buchi Emecheta
The book was issued by Sheba Feminist Publishers in London.
Murray, Maggie, and Buchi Emecheta. Our Own Freedom. Sheba Feminist Publishers, 1981.
Textual Production Alison Fell
AF joined with Stef Pixner , Michèle Roberts , Tina Reid , and Ann Oosthuizen in publishing with Sheba Feminist Publishers a poetry volume, Smile Smile Smile Smile.
Fell, Alison, Stef Pixner, Tina Reid, Michèle Roberts, and Ann Oosthuizen. Smile Smile Smile Smile. Sheba Feminist Publishers, 1980.
British Books in Print. J. Whitaker and Sons, 1987.
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Textual Production Jackie Kay
JK , along with Gabriela Pearse , Barbara Burford , and Grace Nichols , published some early poems in Sheba Feminist Publishers ' collection, A Dangerous Knowing: Four Black Women Poets, 1984, re-issued in 1985.
British Library Catalogue.
“The Knitting Circle”. London South Bank University: Lesbian and Gay Staff Association.
Textual Production Michèle Roberts
MR was one of five (with Alison Fell , Stef Pixner , Tina Reid , and Ann Oosthuizen ) who issued Smile Smile Smile Smile in September 1980, the fourth publication of Sheba Feminist Publishers
Textual Production Maud Sulter
MS was the first Black collective member of Sheba Feminist Publishers ; at that time she began working to establish the Blackwomen's Creativity Project .
Pollard, Ingrid. Passion. Sulter, MaudEditor , Urban Fox Press, 1990.


January 1980
Seven feminists founded Sheba Publishing in London.