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This Poetic Queer Travel Memoir Is Both Heartbreaking and Hopeful

Covering everywhere from Egypt to Japan, the essays in this book range from harrowing to hopeful, and each one is deeply eye-opening.

The Best BIPOC New Releases + Beach Reads

This week's best new BIPOC books have 16th-century Korean kingdoms, unique memoirs, meditations on art. Plus, beach reads!

10 Best New Fantasy Books by Asians and Pacific Islanders

From body swaps and newfound powers to distant kingdoms and otherworldly realms, here's the best new fantasy by Asian and Pacific Islanders.

BIPOC BookTokkers to Follow

These BIPOC BookTokkers recommend books in every genre from horror to romance to fantasy and beyond. Follow them. Your FYP will thank you.

8 Award-Winning Nonfiction Books You Might Not Have Heard Of

Paying attention to smaller literary awards will lead you to exciting books that get overlooked by the flashy, mainstream prizes.

Tracey Livesay: Which of Her Romance Novels to Read First

Read these three romance novels by Tracey Livesay for fresh takes on fake dating, friends to lovers, and all the best tropes.

20 Must-Read Indigenous Historical Fiction Books Set On Turtle Island

These compelling Indigenous historical fiction books cover hundreds of years and take place all across North America.

Who Was Pat Parker?

Most feminists know of Audre Lorde, but one of her closest friends is often lost between the lines of history: Pat Parker.

19 Books by Native Writers for Kids of All Ages

From picture books to middle grade to YA, these recent books by and about Native people are perfect for kids from two to teens.

12 Indigenous Memoirs for Nonfiction November and Indigenous Peoples’ Month

Each of these Indigenous memoirs is unique, representing the experience of moving through the world as a Native person on stolen land.