books / what i read

Keeping Track of What I Read: May

1. “Why James Baldwin Still Matters” by Jacqueline Woodson (Online article).

2. “Moving Beyond Pain” by bell hooks (Online article).

3. “Little Red Corvette” by Kevin Young (Poem).

4. “Where the Five-Day Workweek Came From” by Philip Sopher (Online article).

5. What is Not Yours is Not Yours by Helen Oyeyemi (Short story collection).

6. “Hunter” by Phillip B. Williams (Poem).

7. “So You Want to Be a Librarian?” by Kelly Jensen (Online article).

8. “Five Questions for Lesley Nneka Arimah” by Morgan Jerkins (Online article).

9. “Lisa Lucas, Head of the National Book Foundation, Wants You to Love Reading” by Carolyn Kellogg (Online article).

10. “This is Why We Needed a New Roots” by Jamil Smith (Online article).

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