Friday, December 30, 2022

Feminist Reading Challenge 2023

 Doing this one again, at Instagram.

1. Read a book for #JanuaryinJapanTokyo Dreaming--Emiko Jean
2. A book by Jamaica Kincaid
3. A graphic nonfiction work: Almost American Girl--Robin Ha
4. A book by a writer from Oceania
5. Poetry by a woman of color
6. A feminist essay collection: White Women--Regina Jackson
7. About sex work
8. A book inspired by a fairytale from a country that is not your own
9. Historical fiction from a South-East Asian writer 
10. About mental health
11. A queer love story: I Kissed Shara Wheeler--Casey McQuiston 
12. Fantasy by a woman of color: Parable of the Talents--Octavia E. Butler
13. A memoir by an African writer
14. By an Arab writer
15. Feminist work in translation 
16. A multi-generational family saga: Three Sisters, Three Queens--Philippa Gregory 
17. A book under 150 pages: Katherine Johnson--Tamra B. Orr 
18. A short story collection: Her Body and Other Parties--Carmen Maria Machado
19. By a disabled writer: The Pretty One--Keah Brown
20. By a Black British writer: Bless the Daughter Raised by a Voice in Her Head: Poems--Warsan Shire
21. About nature: The Girls of Atomic City--Denise Kiernan 
22. Published by a Black female writer before 1980
23. By a trans author / with trans rep: Meet Cute Dairy--Emery Lee

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