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Shattering Glass: A Nasty Woman Press Anthology - Anthony Award Winner
SANDI AULT, Contributing Author

Shattering Glass is the first in a series of remarkable anthologies published by a most unique publisher: Nasty Woman Press, a non-profit, 501(c)(4) founded to help fund other non-profits threatened by the rise of autocracy and the ongoing war against civil and human rights. A scintillating mixture of top-flight fiction from bestselling authors in multiple genres, fascinating articles and thought-provoking essays, conversations and interviews, Shattering Glass takes as its broad theme the empowerment of women, with all profits from the book donated to Planned Parenthood.

Nasty Woman Press is a 501(c)(4) non-profit publisher pledged to fight fascism, racism, misogyny, anti-Semitism, homophobia, Islamophobia, transphobia, and bigotry while promoting human rights and civil rights in the United States and around the globe. As writers, readers, editors, artists, librarians, designers, publishing professionals and creative, principled human beings, we cherish the planet and our fragile environment, support science and education and value health and social services. We believe in taking care of each other. We believe in a better, kinder, world.

Amazon Reviews


"Wow! What an Awesome collection by some incredible and inspiring women (and a few men).
I love this book So Much I am recommending it our next “Significant Reads” group at my UU Fellowship.
I highly recommend all read especially for some inspiration amd encouragement in these challenging times of re-evaluations and figuring out Your best role for action for change.
Thank you to these great contributors!”


“Great anthology written by a wonderful bunch of Nasty Women and Nasty Men too. A book for our times.”  


“Fantastic set of short stories, profits going to Planned Parenthood, a great combination. So many characters that you'd like to learn more about, if only the author(s) would write full length books. One of my favorites was Jacinta Morales in "The Lesson". I'd love to know more about how her career on the San Francisco Police force will progress. When you get to respect and like someone that much in 13 short pages, you want to know more. Hopefully Allison A. Davis will give us the opportunity to get to know Jacinta better.”

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