Summer Reading: Find Your Voice – Connecting With Water

The following list of books examines our relationship to water, whether it’s physically immersing ourselves in it or just being near the water, and each displays the many ways in which connecting with water can help us both mentally and physically. 



Historical Fiction Titles for Pride

Celebrate Pride Month by checking out this selection of historical fiction centered on queer characters from ages past, from the French Revolution to the American Gold Rush, and get lost … Continued



AANHPI Heritage Month Reads

Asian American Native Hawaiian Pacific Islander (AANHPI) Heritage Month is recognized and celebrated in May. This month is an opportunity to celebrate peoples within Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific … Continued


For the Birds

The literature surrounding birds is always growing, whether scientific studies or celebrations of the personal connections that one can find with animals that are, largely, at a distance. 


National Arab American Heritage Month

Celebrate National Arab American Heritage Month! Check out this fiction list, which features Arab American writers and their experiences. These works are as vibrant, resonant and unique as the community the authors embody. 




Food Memoirs by Women 

Food—as sustenance, as cultural artifact, as vocational calling—is intimately explored in these memoirs, all written by women. In one way or another, each of these writers has been deeply affected by food, displaying how food can deepen familial connections as well as provide self-empowerment.