The literature of the non-Western world has initiated the much-needed conversation around who’s right in wars.
Black lesbian fiction began in the 60s, and there are more coming out every year. These 8 titles are a good place to start, including Here Comes The Sun by Nicole Y. Dennis-Benn.
Once a space dominated by white authors, contemporary literary fiction in the U.S. is beginning to encompass a diversity of narratives.
Add these outstanding queer contemporary novels by Asian writers to your TBR, including The Year of Blue Water by Yanyi.
Whether you’re on a short flight or a long haul, these brand new titles will make fitting travel companions for every bookish need, Punch Me Up to the Gods: A Memoir By Brian Broome.
If you're dealing with the blues and are in search of hope and encouragement, this list of empowering nonfiction books is for you.
When the going gets tough, read true stories of courage, empowerment, and criticism within these inspiring memoirs by authors of color.
From relationship advice to tips for cutting down on screen time, there’s a non-spiritual self-help book for everyone, including The Body Is Not an Apology: The Power of Radical Self-Love By Sonya Renee Taylor.
If you want to do some serious reading to reflect on humanity and its many aspects, these 5 contemporary literary fiction books are for you, including A Burning By Megha Majumdar.
Get to know South Asia of yore through some excellent historical fiction reads, including Babu Bangladesh! By Numair Atif Choudhury.