Ross and I met Michelle about 6 years ago after moving to Provincetown full time. Now we can’t imagine our lives without her and the amazing community of feminists we have gotten to know through Womencrafts.  These folks, friends, and allies keep reminding each other the importance of making a difference in our Provincetown community and world.  Not a week goes by that Michelle is not organizing something. And it is always fun.

The Provincetown Independent recently wrote a piece on Michelle.  Womencrafts is one of just 13 remaining feminist bookstores in the U.S. and, since 1976, has been promoting female creators of all kinds — authors, artisans, and musicians. It is important place. Stop by (in person or virtually) and support this landmark.  But definitely read the article.  It’s a great story.

When I think of the John Lewis and “Good Trouble” I immediately think of Michelle and her band of glorious misfits. Of which I am so happy to be a part of.

You can also check out a couple of items for Womencrafts as part of our Fall Holiday Gift Guide.

Thanks to our friends at the Provincetown Independent and

IT TAKES A VILLAGE: At Womencrafts, Michelle Axelson Listens, Provincetown Independent