I’ve already spoken about my love of classics here, but I want to expand what I mean when I say “classics.” As I’m working through the Own Voices Global Reading Challenge, I’m finding my idea of what a classic is changing each month. Each month, a new book gets added into the canon for me. … Continue reading We Need Diverse Classics
January is (finally) over! In this post, I’m going to wrap up what I read for the Own Voices Global Challenge for Indigenous America, share with you some cool playlists and accounts I love on Instagram, and we’re going to close up with a bit of info on some current topics in Indigenous America that … Continue reading Indigenous America: Wrap-up!
If you’re at all involved in the book world online, you’ve probably seen some controversy about the new release by Jeanine Cummins, American Dirt. If you’re unfamiliar with the novel, here is the synopsis on Goodreads: También de este lado hay sueños. On this side, too, there are dreams. Lydia Quixano Pérez lives in the … Continue reading The American Dirt Controversy