INDEX
AbA. See American Booksellers Association
Action for Women in Chile, 121
African American literary socie ties, xxii,
199n26
Ain’t I a Woman (Iowa City), 1
Akhter, Farida, 136–38
Akiwenzie- Damm, Kateri, 73
Alcoff, Linda Martín, 125–26, 231n115
Alexander, M. Jacqui, xvii, 192; on
“becoming women of color,” 130,
196–97n13, 202–3n37, 208n12, 226n26;
on capitalism, 209–10n33; on women
of color section at New Words, 116
Ali, Anar, 73
Alleyne, Vanessa: There Were Times, 166
alliance building, feminist: as anti-
racism, 39, 92, 171, 226n26; as feminist
love, 119, 136; as feminist shelf, 125,
170; settler colonialism, against, xvii;
as success, standard for, xxv, 177,
202–3n37, 216–17n14; women of color
critiques as, 45–46, 59–60, 69–71,
87–88, 98–102, 197n13, 210–11n38,
222n104. See also feminist accountabil-
ity; feminist love; lesbian antiracism
Allison, Dorothy: Bastard Out of Carolina,
175; Trash, 212n68; Two or Three Things,
xxi; Women Who Hate Me, 212n68
Alrutz, Megan, 192, 239n9
Alternative Booksellers (bookstore,
Reading, PA), 37
Amazon Bookstore Cooperative (Min-
neapolis, MN), 2, 5, 32, 35, 122, 151,
211n50, 233n28; lawsuit against
Amazon . com, 170–77
Amazon Real ity, 40, 63
Amazon . com, 110, 157, 200; community
as cap i talist strategy for, 237n81; in-
de pen dent publishers endangered by,
171–72. See also Amazon Bookstore
American Booksellers Association, xxv,
63, 66, 82, 146, 183; Convention 1990,
138–40; Convention 1993, 147–53; Con-
vention 1994, 153–56; Convention, sold,
232n11; lawsuit against big publishers,
153–55, 160–61, 234n33; lawsuit against
chain bookstores, 161–64, 169, 184.
See also Feminist Bookstore Network
André, 35, 37–39, 43–47, 75
Andrews, Lynn, 140–43, 231n119
anthologizing, 114–16, 198n20, 225n18
Anzaldúa, Gloria: Haciendo Caras, xxiv,
115; at Old Wives’ Tales, xiv, 104; on
theory by women of color, xx, 171,
198n20; This Bridge We Call Home, 175.
See also This Bridge Called My Back
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