Definitely read these books.
The Root released its annual list of notable African Americans, and of course it includes some of our favorite movers, shakers and heartbreakers.
This is bad feminism. And we are better for it.
Topics include Tim Cook, The L Word: Mississippi, Shark Week, BGD’s Editor-in-Training program, the 2014 Fields Medal female winner, Kristen Stewart, Sarah Silverman, Samira Wiley and more!
With new books by Roxane Gay, Hannah Hart, Sarah Waters, Radclyffe and more, there are lots of things to read and talk about.
Ten important queer and feminist books coming this spring.
This week in lit: trans* poetry, finding Waldo, reviewing books in GIFs, Doris Lessing, closeted characters, riese reads “the circle” and more.
If she writes an open letter, we’ll all write an open letter, and it’ll be ANARCHY!
This week in lit: reading apps, Beowulf, diversity, that guy who doesn’t teach books by women or queer people and the end of the world.
This week in queer lit: women winning prizes, discussions about diversity, library-related crises, an excerpt from Sarah Schulman’s “After Dolores” and more.
Queer book recommendations, oral histories, poet-prostitute profiles, if Gertrude Stein reviewed beer and more.
This week in literature: the Lesbian Romance Drinking Game, keeping a notebook, diverse queer reading lists, ruining art and creative inspiration.
In this edition of Lez Liberty Lit: the golden age for writers, nostalgia, literary cartography, bookshelves as diaries,
“I Saw Zombies Eating Santa Claus” and the end of the world.
Topics include heroin addiction and Hurricane Katrina, puppets, insomnia, monopoly, natural disasters, Free To Be You And Me, Monopoly, books about gender and so much more!
This week in books: It’s NaNoWriMo! Also, East Coast booksellers deal with Hurricane Sandy, comic books and gay characters, copyright, Random Penguin House, Gore Vidal and what we’re reading.
“Do not read books by women to murder your inner sexist pig. Do it because Edith Wharton can f*cking write. It’s that simple.”