Keeping Track of What I Read: August

1. “Life: An Unspooling” by Rachel Louise Snyder (Online article).

2. “Underground” by Lindsay Ahl (Poem).

3. “Of Lions and Men: Mourning Samuel DuBose and Cecil the Lion” by Roxane Gay (Online article).

4. “The Charge to Be Fair: Ta-Nehisi Coates and Roxane Gay in Conversation” by Roxane Gay (Online article).

5. Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates (Memoir).

6. “Reflections of a Black Female Scholar: I Know What it Feels Like to Be Invisible” by Cherise Smith (Online article).

7. “Charnesia Corley & a Storify for the #blkwomensyllabus” by Jessica Marie Johnson (Online article).

8. “I Wasn’t Brought Here, I Was Born: Surviving Punk Rock Long Enough To Find Afropunk” by Hanif Abdurraqib (Online article). 

9. “Writing Queerly: Three Snapshots” by Sofia Samatar (Online article). 

10.  “The Paintings of Lee Price: Food, Desire & the Pursuit of Joy” by Katrina Mohn (Online article). 

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