Amplifying #OwnVoices

Diverse books matter. At the end of the day, the narrative that survives is the one that may become, by default, the story that defines a person, a peoples, an issue, an event, a topic, a civilization for the next generation of readers. This is why conquering nations destroyed the writings and collected stories, mythologies, […]

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A BIPOC Pulitzer Book List: Winners & Finalists in Fiction

Many Pulitzer lists leave out the finalists, depriving us of the opportunity to both honor and support great writing. This POC Pulitzer Book List features Winners & Finalists of color for the Pulitzer Prize in Fiction from 1917 to the present.

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A DID Book List: Immerse Yourself in Memoirs by People With Dissociative Identity Disorder

It should come as no surprise that the movies Split and Glass by M. Night Shyamalan play upon sterotypical and damaging misconceptions of dissociative identity disorder (DID), formerly referred to as multiple personality disorder (MP). Although it may be entertaining to watch James McAvoy struggle through 24 multiple personalities, many of which are distinguished by […]

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