Femina (UK)

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Femina, Femina Books, was the first feminist British publishing company, co-founded in 1965 by screen writer Muriel Box.[1]

The original board included Vera Brittain, the British writer, feminist and pacifist. The first book published by Femina was The Trial of Marie Stopes written/edited by Muriel Box.[1]

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