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Original post here - new post so folks don't miss the update. A few expressed interest in Right Wing Women, so let's read that.

Ebooks and PDFs of Dworkin's books can be found here. I figured I'd give it a week in case anyone wants to finish what they're reading now, and to give people a chance to obtain a paper copy if that's what they prefer.

Is everyone okay with a "read at your own pace" format, or should we try to stick to a schedule of a certain amount of chapters every couple days? I figured open pace might be more inclusive, but sticking to a schedule would make conversations easier to follow. I also know it's easier for some people to read with a deadline. I'm open to whatever!

Original post [here](https://ovarit.com/o/FeministBooks/61003/dworkin-book-club) - new post so folks don't miss the update. A few expressed interest in Right Wing Women, so let's read that. Ebooks and PDFs of Dworkin's books can be found [here](http://radfem.org/dworkin/). I figured I'd give it a week in case anyone wants to finish what they're reading now, and to give people a chance to obtain a paper copy if that's what they prefer. Is everyone okay with a "read at your own pace" format, or should we try to stick to a schedule of a certain amount of chapters every couple days? I figured open pace might be more inclusive, but sticking to a schedule would make conversations easier to follow. I also know it's easier for some people to read with a deadline. I'm open to whatever!

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I am not going to be able to read a couple of chapters every few days. Maybe a few chapters a week. Definitely not going to be able to read the whole book in a week. I have a kid and my days are pretty packed from wake up to bedtime.

Same. I can only pull off a few chapters a week due to my current school schedule. I took an extra course this semester so things are pretty tight.