Women's oral history presents interesting challenges and opportunities, and is a vital part of feminist practice. Women’s Words: The Feminist Practice of Oral History, edited by Sherna Berger Gluck and Daphne Patia, presents a practical guide and a strong theoretical foundation in the practice of feminist oral history. The book has chapters by leading scholars on foundational topics, such as what it means to document women's history when their lives and sense of self have been shaped by social strictures, alongside practical guidance on how to conduct interviews with a feminist lens and interpret data. The book also has a strong action research focus, with a view towards how oral history and public history can provide the means for communities to come together to document, examine, and address common challenges. Case studies turn the theoretical into the practical, with stories of oral history projects that made an impact on women in communities worldwide. All in all, Women's Words is an invaluable resource for anyone seeking to create, participate in, or foster feminist oral history. It is a must-read for historians and practitioners of public history alike.