Revolution in the Garden
Memoirs of the Gardenkeeperby Dell Williams and Lynn Vannucci
Frustrated with the injustice I saw around me, and imbued with passion for political change from my earliest days, my involvement with the women's movement of the 1970's gave me the opportunity to embark on an adventure that could combine my politics with my life's work.
I believed that orgasmic women could change the world. The problem was that it was the early 1970's and in order to effect positive change, we needed to be nurtured toward our sexual liberation. My plan was to create a safe, supportive, non-sexist space where women could purchase by mail the books, vibrators and other pleasurable things that would free us to embrace our powerful sexuality.
In 1974 I began Eve's Garden - a place of abundance where women's sexuality could grow.
Through the years many people have told me that I ought to write the story of how I came to begin the Garden. I decided to finally do it because my story is really about how I followed my passion and discovered how really powerful a dream can be - I hope it inspires you to follow your own passion, and live your own dreams... Dell Williams
An Interview with Harold Channer and Dell Williams
Dell and I have shared a common cause for over thirty years - education and activism to expand the potential for women's sexual freedom and satisfaction. Her book, Revolution in the Garden, is a terrific addition to the literature that continues to take the message of freedom and satisfaction to the women of the world."…Betty Dodson, Ph.D. the author of Sex for One and many other classic books and instructional videos
”A charmingly intimate, ecstatic and often hilarious dance through a genuinely heroic American life. Beautiful and inspiring”…. Rachel Maines, author of The Technology of Orgasm