Thursday, December 23, 2021

The Feminist Reading Challenge 2022

I was sad to learn that the Reading Women podcast is ending this year and as such, so is the Reading Women challenge. As such, I was glad to find this new one, by this Instagram user:

My Books:

  1. Short-story collection: When It Happens to You--Molly Ringwald
  2. Historical Fiction by an African Writer: The Red Queen--Philippa Gregory
  3. Graphic Novel: Dancing at the Pity Party--Tyler Feder
  4. Audiobook: Martina the Beautiful Cockroach--Carmen Agra Deedy
  5. Middle grade by a black writer: Out of My Mind--Sharon M. Draper
  6. Poetry by a Black Writer: Call Us What We Carry--Amanda Gorman
  7. Feminist Nonfiction by a Writer of Color: Ace--Angela Chen
  8. Feminist Lit Beyond UK/USA: Kamala: Feminist Folktales From Around the World--Ethel Johnston Phelps
  9. Memoir in translation: My Invented Country--Isabel Allende
  10. About immigration/written by a refugee: The Wind in My Hair--Masih Alinejad
  11. Memoir by a Muslim writer: Daring to Drive--Manal Al-Sharif
  12. Asian writer in translation: The Island of Sea Women--Lisa See
  13. A book by bell hooks: All About Love
  14. About queer joy: The Summer of Jordi Perez--Amy Spalding
  15. Published by an indie press: The Girl Who Drank the Moon--Kelly Barnhill
  16. East African Writer: Half a Yellow Sun--Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
  17. Mythology retelling set outside of Ancient Greece: Poor Unfortunate Soul--Serena Valentino
  18. Non-Binary Writer: Pet--Akwaeke Emezi
  19. Caribbean Author: Breath, Eyes, Memory--Edwidge Danticat
  20. About Climate Change: Saving Us--Katharine Heyhoe
  21. Latinx Author: With the Fire on High--Elizabeth Acevedo
  22. Jhalak Prize Nominee: Queenie--Candice Carty-Williams
  23. About disability: The Kiss Quotient--Helen Hoang
  24. Indigenous writer: Firekeeper's Daughter--Angeline Boulley
  25. South American Writer in Translation: In the Midst of Winter--Isabel Allende
Challenge completed on November 16

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