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In 1976, Harriet Alpert (Harriet Bronsnick at the time) quit a job at McBooks in Ithaca, NY, and with Kate Dunn and Camille Tischler, opened Smedley's Bookshop in Ithaca, NY. This was a collectively owned and operated feminist bookstore. By 1980, she had returned to her birth name, Alpert. Alpert edited "We Are Everywhere," an anthology of writings about lesbian motherhood published in 1988.