books / graphic novel / highly textured writer / poetry

Keeping Track of What I Read: June

1. Alex + Ada, Volume 2 by Jonathan Luna & Sarah Vaugh (Graphic novel).

2. Chew, Volume 1: Taster’s Choice by John Layman (Graphic novel).

3. Brown Girl Dreaming by Jacqueline Woodson (Audiobook/Poetry).

4. Low, Volume 1: The Delirium of Hope by Rick Remender and Greg Tocchini (Graphic novel).

5. “The Worst Kind of Groundhog Day” by Roxane Gay (Online article).

6. “Stateless in the Dominican Republic” by Allyn Gaestel (Online article).

7. “The Dominican Republic’s ‘Ethnic Purging’: Edwidge Danticat on Mass Deportation of Haitian Families” (Interview).

8. “Librarian Cynthia Hurd Dedicated Her Life to Books, Educating Others” by Robert Berhe (Online article).

9. “Letter Twelve” by Mariahadessa E. Tallie (Poem).

10. “Is it Sweet” by Athena Dixon (Poem).

11. “A Hostile Environment” by Dolen Perkins-Valdez (Online article).

12. “Balm is the Perfect Post-Charleston Novel” by Stacia L. Brown (Online article).

13. “The Terror” by Junot Diaz (Online article).

14. “The Condition of Black Life is One of Mourning” by Claudia Rankine (Online article).

15. “Poet Claudia Rankine: ‘The Invisibility of Black Women is Astounding‘” by Claudia Rankine (Online article).

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