These 20 books disrupt norms, tell stories at the intersections and lift up feminist perspectives. Which ones will you read?
I think it is safe to say that my fire for poetry has been re-ignited. With all of these incredible collections, how could it not be? These are poems for understanding, compassion, anger and resistance.
Looking for a reading list for the month? Start with these 22 exciting titles from writers living at the intersections.
With so many great titles here, which will you read?
These are the books written by Black and Latinx women, women of color and Indigenous women writers; lesbian, bisexual, aro/ace, queer, intersex, transgender and gender non-conforming writers; international writers; writers who are disabled, neurodivergent, justice involved or living in poverty; or any number of other writers whose stories haven’t been as visible coming out in 2019 that I can’t wait to read.