• A Little Devil in America

    A Little Devil in America

    Abdurraqib, Hanif

    In this staggeringly intimate meditation, essayist and poet Abdurraqib (Go Ahead in the Rain), chronicles Black performance in American culture. -- Publishers Weekly

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  • Emerald Street

    Emerald Street

    Abe, Daudi J.

    Abe chronicles the development of Seattle hip hop from its earliest days, drawing on interviews with artists and journalists to trace how the elements of hip hop--rapping, DJing, breaking, and graffiti--flourished in the Seattle scene. -- publisher's copy

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  • Spirit Run

    Spirit Run

    Álvarez, Noé

    Yakima native Álvarez debuts with a spellbinding narrative of his coming to terms with his place in America today. This literary tour de force beautifully combines outdoor adventure with a sharp take on immigration. -- Publishers Weekly

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  • The Second

    The Second

    Anderson, Carol

    Anderson (White Rage) takes an illuminating look at how U.S. laws and customs around gun ownership have been used to subjugate Black Americans. -- Publishers Weekly

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  • The Secret to Superhuman Strength

    The Secret to Superhuman Strength

    Bechdel, Alison

    Bechdel (Are You My Mother?) makes a welcome return with this dense, finely wrought deep dive into her lifelong fixation with exercise as a balm for a variety of needs. -- Publishers Weekly

    Format: Graphic Novel

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  • Unraveled

    Unraveled

    Bédat, Maxine

    Bédat, founder of the New Standard Institute, traces the life cycle of an average pair of jeans "from farm to landfill" in this rich exposé of the fast fashion industry. -- Publishers Weekly

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  • Nature Obscura

    Nature Obscura

    Brenner, Kelly

    Naturalist blogger and self-proclaimed reluctant city dweller Brenner takes a deep dive into urban nature in her probing first book, which she calls a "projection of the nature found in a city onto a piece of paper." Organizing her work around the seasons, Seattleite Brenner explores a side of her city few others have seen. -- Publishers Weekly

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  • The Line Becomes A River

    The Line Becomes A River

    Cantú, Francisco

    An ex–Border Patrol agent finds himself on both sides of the battle over illegal immigration in this fraught memoir of his time patrolling the Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas borders. -- Publishers Weeky

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  • Broken Horses

    Broken Horses

    Carlile, Brandi

    Carlile, a multiple Grammy Award--winning musician, recalls the pivotal events that shaped her music and identity in this captivating memoir. -- Publishers Weekly

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  • Eat A Peach

    Eat A Peach

    Chang, David

    An entertaining, admirably candid self-assessment of life in the foodie fast lane. -- Kirkus

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