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Shattering Glass is the first in a series of remarkable anthologies published by Nasty Woman Press, a unique non-profit publisher founded to help fund other organizations threatened by the rise of autocracy and the ongoing war against civil and human rights in the United States. 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 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.

Contributors to SHATTERING GLASS include legendary political figures and award-winning, critically acclaimed and bestselling authors.

Maria Alexander
Sandi Ault
Eric Beetner
Cara Black
Rhys Bowen
Senator Barbara Boxer
Dana Cameron
Joe Clifford
Angel Luis Colon
Joshua Corin
Allison A. Davis
Hallie Ephron
Danny Gardner
Alison Gaylin
Heather Graham
Rachel Howzell Hall
Charlaine Harris
Libby Fischer Hellman
Toni L.P. Kelner
Ellen Kirschman
Bette Golden Lamb
Anne Lamott
James L'Etoile
Jess Lourey
Seanan McGuire
Catriona McPherson
Valerie Plame
Travis Richardson
Kaira Rouda
S.J. Rozan
Clea Simon
Alexandra Sokoloff
Josh Stallings
Kelli Stanley
Wendy Corsi Staub
Robin Stuart
Kate Thornton
Jacqueline Winspear

"Shattering Glass is an anthology of fascinating stories by and about women of all ages, from a satisfyingly diverse array of backgrounds. The insights and observations are moving, often poetic, and always compelling. This is a book to cherish and one you'll read and reread for years to come."
--Marcia Clark, New York Times bestselling author

"Shattering Glass is an anthology unlike anything I've seen before, a diverse collection of high-caliber short fiction, provocative essays, and engaging conversations and interviews, tied together thematically by the writers' collective commitment to create work that explores our current cultural moment. Opening with Valerie Plame's fiery call for political engagement and closing with Heather Graham's poignant reflection on the values instilled by her immigrant parents, this collection surprises and enlightens. Your inner Nasty Woman will approve."
--Alafair Burke, New York Times bestselling author of The Better Sister


"... the best anthology ever produced in the history of the United States--at the exact moment we need it most. You say you want a revolution? Buy ten copies."
--Cornelia Read, Edgar-nominated author of A Field of Darkness

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