Women of color poets to read during National Poetry Month and also all the months. Just all the months.
Anthologies of literary fiction, YA stories, and speculative fiction, all from people of color and/or LGBTQ+ voices.
Angela Spring has launched a pop-up, mobile bookstore that only sells work by people of color. Here, we chat with her about trends, customer experiences, and the joys and troubles of her job.
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Podcasts hosted by writers about poetry, food, creativity, and more.
10 contemporary LGBTQ+ poets writing about the queer experience.
Diversify your bookstagram feed and get more #ownvoices recommendations with these great bookstagrammers of color (and from all over the world).
A Rioter who started an informal book club with her mother talks about the books they both loved, and the one that was "too weird."
One reader on the nonfiction about race, feminism, and sexuality she wants to read in 2018.
How the owner of Muse Monthly, a books-and-tea subscription box, picks the books that go in the boxes each month.