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Supermajority Book Club

LET'S GET ON THE SAME PAGE

Tired of seeing the the same old books pop up on reading lists (often written by the same cisgender white male authors)? If we’re going to dismantle white supremacy and patriarchy and build a government that truly represents us, we have to be on the same page — literally. From fantasy to non-fiction, join Supermajority’s book club and let’s read, learn, and build power together.

Join the Supermajority Member Book Club today and start taking advantage of everything it has to offer!

Support diverse women-owned businesses

We’re partnering with bookstores across the country to bring you exclusive discounts and events. And you can feel good about adding another book to your bookshelf because you’ll be supporting businesses that are woman-owned, diverse, and independent. It’s a win-win.

Meet incredible women and gender nonconforming authors

Our reading list is curated to feature diverse women and gender nonconforming authors. Each book will be accompanied by a virtual author talk that will go deeper into each book and connect it back to our Majority Rules. Join the conversation with some of the most cutting edge, creative, and imaginative authors of today.

Stay connected with a network of readers

Get access to our Majority Readers newsletter, exclusive to book club members only. Each month, get author spotlights, member discounts, staff and co-founder reviews, the best of #BookTok, discussion prompts, and more—delivered straight to your inbox.

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Get the scoop on our latest monthly picks, discounts, and more.

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NEW MERCH

Supermajority Book Club Merch

Check out our t-shirt with a custom illustration by Euzhan Shabazz and tote bag with a custom illustration from Edith Valle.