[T]o see a full-length book about American modernist women writers continues to surprise and excite, even in the 21st century. No matter how far women authors have come in English literary studies, an anthology focused on women modernists is a cause for celebration. . . . Editors Jody Cardinal, Deirdre E. Egan-Ryan, and Julia Lisella do an impressive job of contextualizing the sections of their book Modernist Women Writers and American Social Engagement in an indispensable introduction. . . . To end, I want to return to the editors’ three major objectives for this collection: the recovery of American women writers, the further study of American women writers, and connecting American women’s modernist literature with cultural studies. In light of these goals and of the remarkable and stimulating work they have commissioned to meet them, this reviewer congratulates them on an admirable success.