Kendra Winchester

Kendra Winchester is a Contributing Editor for Book Riot where she writes about audiobooks and disability literature. She is also the Founder of Read Appalachia, which celebrates Appalachian literature and writing. Previously, Kendra co-founded and served as Executive Director for Reading Women, a podcast that gained an international following over its six-season run. In her off hours, you can find her writing on her Substack, Winchester Ave, and posting photos of her Corgis on Instagram and Twitter @kdwinchester.

This Book Will Make You Ugly Cry

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A Must-Read for History Lovers

Well-researched, detailed, and deeply impactful, The Rediscovery of America is a must-read for any history lover.

10 of the Best New Nonfiction Books To Read in April 2024

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Exploring The Messy Process of Grief

GRIEF IS FOR PEOPLE lays bare the messy, complicated, twisty path of grief.

Daughter, Mother, Wife, Girlfriend, Artist: On Splintered Identity

Leslie Jamison's latest book explores the facets of her identity and how each helps inform her art.

Black Surrealism, Freedom, Spirituality, and Survival

Read your way into a compelling novel about the mysterious woman freeing enslaved people in the 1830s, but who may not be all she seems.

A Blockbuster Hit from a Māori Author

This story of two Māori siblings navigating their early adulthood, queerness, and family will stay with you.

10 of the Best New Nonfiction Books To Read in March 2024

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10 of the Most Pre-ordered Audiobooks of Spring 2024

What's your most anticipated upcoming audiobook release?

A Dark, Twisted, Substantially Satisfying Fairytale

If you're looking for an immersive experience, enter this dark, twisted world of magical creatures and more.