A proposed New York prison book ban, asexuality in fiction, working from home, paper planners, spine-in books and more.
A new queer feminist bookstore in Mississippi, how to read more this year, what to read more of, and more.
Literary fiction is out, unicorns are in, a master list of queer poets of color, all the best book lists of 2017 and more.
This year’s Bad Sex Awards, Black women poets speaking truth to power, learning how to be alone, the problem with categories in literature and more.
Women writers have friendships, too; women having control over their bodies; a poem from Eileen Myles and more.
Reading Audre Lorde after Charlottesville, gendered terms in language when you’re non-binary, scary little girls in literature and more.
Consider only reading queer romance, bisexual slang, horror stories by women and more.
The Nobel Prize is “fun” now, “Her Body and Other Parties,” Shirley Jackson, Rupi Kaur, the most subversive thing a woman can be and more.
Feminist books to inspire creative resistance, book collecting, writers of color and escaping autobiography, Harry Potter fanfiction feelings and more.
How empathy works, a new quarterly queer book club box, literary sequels, narratives in old letters and more.
The beauty of language in translation, reading the classics while black, top 10 books about tyrants for no reason, parties as literary devices and more.
A silent book club, women Vikings, small-press books out in August, Native people in literature, headless women on book covers and more!
Language and oppression, new trans books, organizing your shelves, zine culture and more.
The museum that texts you modern art, What We Lose, what to read, burning your work and more.
What you should read this summer, “woke” is in the dictionary now, queer history books in high school and more!
Janet Mock, Roxane Gay, women’s monstrous flesh, LeVar Burton reading to you, beach versus airplane books and more.
Dystopias are everywhere, Urban Dictionary is racist and misogynist, newly discovered Sylvia Plath poems and more.
Meme historians, the necessary fragility of feminism and radical politics, poetry a fatal, first-person queer writing as a way to shift power and more.
Fat women deserve space in fairytales, magic vs math, why calling it “confessional writing” is sexist and more.
Grammar as privilege, cardboard presses, ranking fictional drugs, disability in sci-fi and fantasy and more.