Poet Andrea Gibson is not feeling gloomy right now—in fact, in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic and a cancer diagnosis, they are feeling hope, gratitude, connectedness, peace and an immeasurable amount of love.
Karla J. Strand’s review of How Poetry Can Change Your Heart for Resources for Gender and Women’s Studies: A Feminist Review.
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!
Karla J. Strand writes about her rediscovery of poetry she loves in this 2019 personal essay for Ms. Magazine.
A comprehensive Reads for the Rest of Us for April 2019. Here’s your list of new books by women and historically underrepresented writers.
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.
Best Reads (and Book Gifts) for the Rest of Us – 2018 – Here are my favorites books of 2018, just in time for gift-giving!
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.
The Pillow Book of Sei Shonagon A Classics Club Review – A unique look at Japanese court culture during the 11th century Heian period.
Here’s the October 2018 New Reads for the Rest of Us! These are some exciting new releases by authors from historically marginalized populations.