Jennifer Fliss, author of “As If She Had a Say,” recommends books that grapple with intersectionality
Stories that break free from societal expectations of how we should be and act
May 15 2023 - Olivia Cheng
The freedom and playfulness of Christopher Soto’s “Diaries of a Terrorist” also liberates my writing
Feb 16 2023 - David Vogel
What happens when we believe another person holds the key to a meaningful life and sense of self?
Feb 14 2023 - Jennifer Savran Kelly
Sorayya Khan, author of "We Take Our Cities with Us: A Memoir," recommends books that cross cultures and borders
Jan 4 2023 - Sorayya Khan
Jonathan Dee explores the radicalization of white male anger in the novel "Sugar Street"
Dec 12 2022 - Alexander Sammartino
Malaka Gharib, author of "It Won’t Always Be Like This," recommends stories that illustrate the diversity of the MENA region and diaspora
Oct 27 2022 - Malaka Gharib
The author of "Stay True" on nostalgia and the politics of memory
Sep 27 2022 - Eric Nguyen
In composing a tale of what could be, I’m narrating a portion of what actually is
Sep 19 2022 - Anna Rollins
Jonathan Escoffery examines Blackness and colorism in his short story collection"If I Survive You"