Gain a deeper understanding of systemic racism, find manuals on conversations around racism, and more in these anti-racist books.
Outstanding children's books by Asian writers to showcase what the world looks like to readers young and not-so-young.
These books about domestic abuse take us into the lives of women struggling in silence and examine the far-reaching consequences of trauma, including titles like Into the Darkest Corner By Elizabeth Haynes.
If you are a fan of books for young readers, check out this list of crossover middle grade YA series for readers of all age groups.
Love Yaa Gyasi's TRANSCENDENT KINGDOM? These books will make excellent next reads.
Read your way into some of the eeries books by Asian authors this Halloween season.
These books offer new ways of looking at and thinking about the role of being a mother in today’s world, including titles like Motherhood by Sheila Heti.
If you’re obsessed with Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s dry-witted black comedy like we are, this list of books like The Artist Of Disappearance By Anita Desai is for you!
Romance to the rescue! Warm your heart and lighten your mood with one of these cute romance novels.
A list of contemporary readalikes for Sylvia Plath's THE BALL JAR, from novels to memoirs that match the classic's style and tone.
Explore some lesser-known titles by Indian writers and mostly set in India with this list of obscure Indian novels.
Find engaging, bite-sized stories about Indians in India and abroad in these short story collections by Indian writers, including If You See Me, Don’t Say Hi by Neel Patel.
Don’t miss out on these queer reads by writers of color, including We Have Always Been Here: A Queer Muslim Memoir by Samra Habib.
These books like The Namesake by Jhumpa Lahiri shed light on the immigration experience, expounding the myriad reasons why people move to a different nation altogether.
Five South Asian novels that deserve more attention. Get your TBR stack ready -- you'll be filling it up some more!