A History Of Women’s Boxing is the first comprehensive history of the sport by author Malissa Smith. The work will be published by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers in July 2014.
The book can by pre-ordered on Amazon.com at the link: A History of Women’s Boxing
Rowman & Littlefield is offering a special pre-order discount: Use promotional code 7A3AUTHF and save 25%! To order click on the “Preorder” button here (Rowman & Littlefield link), and be sure to add the promotional code on the checkout page!
Author Malissa Smith is the founder of Girlboxing, a blog about the wit and wisdom of the boxing ring. She is also an active member of the women’s boxing community, reporting on women’s boxing. As an advocate for the sport, she was recently named to the board of the International Women’s Boxing Hall of Fame.
Smith lives in Brooklyn, New York and boxes regularly at the world famous Gleason’s Gym.
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I bought the book by pre order in Amazon. Congratulations! I am a writer : Ppv pelear para vivir. Your book is wonderful and necessary. I don’t finds the boxers Margaret McGregor, Ana Pascal and Tonya Harding. These women fought against men . Please, talks me about . Sorry by my english.
Thank you for ordering the book! While I could not write about all female fighters due to space limitations, I did write extensively about Margaret “The Tiger” MacGregor. Please see pages 222-225 in the book for specific references! Thank you again for your support of my book and of women’s boxing!
All the best,
Thanks! We have in Puerto Rico a book fair ( only sports book) maybe you can come. It’s a state affairs.
Please let me know when it is — perhaps I can swing it!
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I’ve been reading this again today, the fourth or fifth time I’ve read it and it’s a great book which IF you have NOT already read, I’d suggest you do. You will find plenty of “used” and “new” copies on sites like Amazon, Goodreads (in UK/Ireland) & Easons of Dublin. IF they do not have in stock they should be able to order it for you.
Thank you so much, as always, for your amazing support, Michael.