The uplifting manual for women seeking happiness
Gillian Anderson gained worldwide recognition in "The X-Files," garnering awards and critical praise for her role as Special Agent Scully over the show's nine-year run. Some of her many screen credits include The House of Mirth, The Last King of Scotland, and the acclaimed BBC mini-series Bleak House and Great Expectations. She was nominated for an Olivier Award for her stage performance as "Nora" in A Doll's House and won the Evening Standard Theater Award for her portrayal of Blanche Dubois in A Streetcar Named Desire. Gillian is on Netflix as Stella Gibson in The Fall and on NBC as Bedelia Du Maurier in Hannibal. She is filming War and Peace for the BBC. Last year she published her first novel, A Vision of Fire, and has published numerous children's books. She is an activist, speaking out regularly on issues ranging from feminism to climate change. Chicago-born, she lives in London with her three children.
"We: A Manifesto for Women Everywhere is a bracing, honest, uplifting manual for changing the world by owning your gifts, telling the truth, expressing gratitude, and living with joy. It's for every woman, everywhere on the planet. Open to any page. And there you will find a truth that can set you free. We're all in this together. And We is the GPS for the journey."-Christiane Northrup, MD, author of Women's Bodies, Women's Wisdom