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Keeping Track Of What I Read: December

  1. On Pandering” by Claire Vaye Watkins (Online article).
  2. A Response to ‘On Pandering’” by Nicohle Perkins (Online article).
  3. When Women’s Literary Tastes Are Deemed Less Worthy” by Ester Bloom (Online article).
  4. Alex + Ada, Vol. 3 by Jonathan Luna (Graphic novel).
  5. Something Extraordinary by Ben Clanton (Picture book).
  6. Incorrect Merciful Impulses by Camille Rankine (Poetry).
  7. Reading Lately” by mensah demary (Online article).
  8. Ashley C. Ford on The Great Discontent” by Tammi Heneveld (Interview).
  9. Marlon James Plans To Write ‘African Game of Thrones’ Series” (Online article).
  10. Hank Finds an Egg by Rebecca Dudley (Picture book).
  11. Poet Robin Coste Lewis: ‘I am an artist through to my marrow’” by Angela Chen (Online article).
  12. Morphology of the Essay: Ander Monson, Claudia Rankine, Eula Biss, Leslie Jamison, & Maggie Nelson”  by e.v. de cleyre (Online article).
  13. Sweden Gives ‘We Should All Be Feminists’ To Every 16-Year-Old Student” by Laura Wagner (Online article).
  14. Bitch Planet, Vol. 1 by Kelly Sue DeConnick, Valentine De Landro, and Robert Wilson IV (Graphic novel).
  15. “My Black Hair” by Martia Golden (Essay).
  16. A Loudness of Screechers” by Rion Amilcar Scott (Short story).
  17. “‘Roll Deep’ by Major Johnson” reviewed by Natalie Díaz (Online article).
  18. The Double Blind” by Tafisha A. Edwards (Poem).
  19. No charges for Cleveland police officers in shooting death of 12-year-old Tamir Rice”  by Teddy Cahill, Wesley Lowery, and Niraj Chokshi (Online article).
  20. On Marjorie Perloff” by Fred Moten
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