2020 was long, but it was also a prolific year for many authors. Let’s explore the most popular 2020 indigenous books from this past year, including Black Sun by Rebecca Roanhorse.
The best way to start the conversation around sex work is to listen to actual sex workers. Learn more on the topic with these books, including Whip Smart: The True Story of a Secret Life by Melissa Febos.
In this Read Harder Challenge post, we're recommending books for the task asking you to read a book that demystifies a common mental illness.
Explore the myriad powerful stories through visual storytelling and these graphic memoirs and true stories by women, including The Best We Could Do: An Illustrated Memoir by Thi Bui.
A reader muses on the doctor diary and the morally gray areas between the lives and well-being of real patients and entertainment.
Dive into three must-read 2020 YA graphic memoirs featuring heartfelt and illuminating stories about banned books, grief, and immigration.
Take a journey into the complex and often dangerous world of fashion with these books about the dark side of modeling.
Check out the cover for NEGATIVE SPACE, a new memoir from Lilly Dancyger, editor of BURN IT DOWN: WOMEN WRITING ABOUT ANGER.
Take a trip across America with these books about travel.
A grieving reader talks about some of the 250 books she in 2019 while grieving the death of her grandmother, and about how they provided relief.
Three urgent and necessary #OwnVoices stories about immigrants and immigration.
From celebrity memoirs to books about fictional celebrities, these are the best celebrity books that will fuel your reading interest for months.
From a fictional feminist INTO THE WILD to a book about the history of time travel, these unconventional books about travel take the trope to new places.
Explore the lives of others and check off a task of the 2020 Read Harder challenge with one (or more) of these graphic memoirs.
Fiction and nonfiction from comic book writers worth checking out.