Gal’s Guide Library Publishes First Annual Anthology

(Photo courtesy of Leah Leach)
Leach Leach, Executive Director of Gal’s Guide, pictured with the soon-to-be-released anthology.

Gal’s Guide Library, home to the first women’s history lending library in the United States, is celebrating the publishing of its first anthology at a special release party on March 19, 2022 from 1 p.m. – 5 p.m. at Nickel Plate Arts, 107 S. 8th St, in Noblesville. 

Juried stories, prose, and poems written by women about women are included. 

Fourteen local and national authors have contributed to this volume.   Notable contributing authors include novelist Trudy Krisher, scriptwriter Angie Klink as well as authors from Ireland and the United Kingdom. Books may be pre-ordered at purchased at the library.

Leah Leach, Executive Director of Gal’s Guide Library states, “The stories in this book are rich because they show so many different aspects to women of history. We are more than mothers, wives, and daughters; we are muses, inspirations, role models. I’m proud of each and every author who is in this anthology for sharing stories about the women in their life.”   

Published in partnership with Gal’s Guide Library and Four-Eyed Media, this anthology is the first in a yearly series . “We are privileged to be able to share stories by and about amazing women. Part of our mission is to support and empower women and this anthology does just that!” said Katie Harris, Board President for Gal’s Guide Library.

Located at 107 S. 8th St in Noblesville, Ind., Gal’s Gude is the first women’s history lending library in the United States.  A non-profit, 501c3 organization whose mission is to preserve, collect, share and champion women’s achievements and lessons learned through books and programming.