May 2019 Reads for the Rest of Us including new books by women and writers of other underrepresented communities. Even bigger than my Ms list!
January and February Wrap-Ups and Updates from Karla J. Strand – I’m writing for Ms. Magazine blog, reviewing, reading, and trying to keep up!
Arushi Raina’s WHEN MORNING COMES occurs during South Africa’s oppressive apartheid regime where four students plan to fight back – but at what cost?
New Reads for the Rest of Us for January 2019 is here – new books by writers from historically marginalized populations that I am most excited about.
Dosun Adeleye’s Hearts of Clay follows the journey of Grace, a young woman living in the United Kingdom who travels to Nigeria in search of the answer to her life’s mystery. Grace…
Best Reads (and Book Gifts) for the Rest of Us – 2018 – Here are my favorites books of 2018, just in time for gift-giving!
Hawaa Ayoub’s chilling debut novel centers on 14-year-old Eve who, after being taken from her home to remote Yemen under the pretense of a temporary visit, is forced into marrying…
Here are the New Reads for the Rest of Us for December 2018 by writers from historically marginalized populations that I am most excited about.
I have a few close work colleagues—friends, really—who I go to for support, consolation, venting, and laughs. The group of us get together regularly for tea or lunch to discuss…
The New Reads for the Rest of Us for November 2018 list includes the releases from historically marginalized populations that I am most excited about.