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Fighting Words: notes for a future we won't have

by (author) Peg Tittle

Initial publish date
Sep 2022
Feminist, Political, General
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Fact-driven fiction.

Speculative. Provocative.

What could've been.

What should've been.


Contents: Damages, Home for Unwed Fathers, Fighting Words, Comedown, What Sane Man, Sweet Sixteen, Ballsy, Justified, It's a Boy, Men Need Sex, How We Survived, The Knitting Group, The Mars Colonies, A PostTrans PostPandemic World, Unless, Alleviation, The Women's Party, My Last Year

About the author

Peg Tittle, feminist, writer, philosopher, is the author of What If...Collected Thought Experiments in Philosophy (2004) and Critical Thinking: An Appeal to Reason (2011). She is also the editor of Should Parents be Licensed? Debating the Issues (2004). Her articles and essays have been published in a number of North American magazines and journals and she has been a columnist for the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies, The Philosophers' Magazine, and Philosophy Now. She is also the author of six screenplays. What Happened to Tom? is her first novel. She lives in Sundridge, Ontario.

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Excerpt: Fighting Words: notes for a future we won't have (by (author) Peg Tittle)

Editorial Reviews

“Just reading ['What Sane Man'] was satisfying.” Anonymous,

“['Men Need Sex'] is terrific!” An ovarite from

Praise for previous work by Peg Tittle:

"Very interesting book. ... Definitely worth reading." Dan, Goodreads, about Jess

“A gripping read …” Katya, Goodreads, about Gender Fraud: a fiction

"Edgy, insightful, terrific writing, propelled by rage against rape. Tittle writes in a fast-paced, dialogue-driven style that hurtles the reader from one confrontation to the next. Chock full of painful social observations …. " Hank Pellissier, Director of Humanist Global Charity, about Impact

"… a powerful and introspective dystopia …. It Wasn't Enough is a book I truly recommend for a book club as the discussions could be endless …. " Mesca Elin, Psychochromatic Redemption

“I read [What Happened to Tom] in one sitting, less than two hours, couldn't put it down. Fantastic allegorical examination of the gendered aspects of unwanted pregnancy. A must-read for everyone, IMO.” Jessica, Goodreads

"[Exile] is an interesting novella … Thought-provoking stuff, as usual from Peg Tittle." James M. Fisher, The Miramichi Reader

"Woh. [Sexist Shit that Pisses Me Off] is freaking awesome and I demand a sequel." Anonymous,


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