what i read

Keeping Track of What I Read: March

1. Authority by Jeff Vandermeer (Novel).

2. Boy with Thorn by Rickey Laurentiis (Poetry).

3. “Black Women Writers and the Secret Space of Diaries” by Morgan Jerkins (Online article).

4. “A Crash Course in the History of Black Science Fiction” by Nisi Shawl (Online article).

5. I Love You Already by Jory John and Benji Davies (Picture book).

6. “Esperanza Spalding Brings a Real Inner Child into the Studio” by Michel Martin (Interview).

7. “The Cat-Mayor of Carroll Gardens” by Andy Newman (Online article).

8. “Books I Wish I’d Read as an LGBTQ Teenager” by Amy Gall (Online article).

9. “Shocking As It Is to Believe, the Theater May Be in a New Golden Age” by Jesse Green (Online article).

10. “YWCA Pasadena-Foothill Valley to Host Spring Break Camp” by Pasadena Now Staff (Online article).

11. “Four Questions for…New National Book Foundation Head, Lisa Lucas” by Claire Kirch (Online article).

12. Mind of My Mind by Octavia E. Butler (Novel).

13. Acceptance by Jeff Vandermeer (Novel).

14. “Nina Simone’s Face” by Ta-Nehisi Coates (Online article).

15. Soppy: A Love Story by Philippa Rice (Graphic novel).

16. Circling the Sun by Paula Mclain (Novel).

17. The Whisper by Pamela Zagarenski (Picture book).

18. “On or about July 10, 2015” by Bettina Judd (Poem).

19. “Junot Díaz  & Hilton Als Talk Masculinity, Science Fiction, and Writing as an Act of Defiance” (Interview).

20. “Los Angeles Celebrates Octavia Butler: A Visionary Among Futurists” by Emanuella Grinberg (Online article).

21. “Except, All Of Us: Women & the Myth of Safety” by Aricka Foreman and Mimi Wong (Online article).

 

 

 

 

 

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