• It's Life as I See It

    It's Life as I See It

    Nine trailblazing Black indie cartoonists receive overdue laurels in Nadel's handsome and immersive collection that frames Chicago as a Midwestern mecca for grassroots comics in the latter half of the 20th century. -- Publishers Weekly

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  • The Kilroys List

    The Kilroys List

    This collection represents an abundance of excellent new work by women and nonbinary playwrights and reflects a wide ethnic, geographic, and aesthetic diversity. -- publisher's copy

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  • A Measure of Belonging

    A Measure of Belonging

    A collection of writers of color wrestling with the struggles and joys of living in a region rife with tension and possibility. -- Kirkus

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  • Modern Fabric

    Modern Fabric

    Gilchrist, Abby

    A winning, vibrant look behind the scenes of textile design. -- Publishers Weekly

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  • Mouths of Rain

    Mouths of Rain

    A much-needed addition to social science and philosophy shelves everywhere, Mouths of Rain is a beautiful compilation of Black lesbian thought over the past 200 years. -- Library Journal

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  • Nepantla Familias

    Nepantla Familias

    In an anthology that feels long overdue, Troncoso gathers 30 Mexican American writers to relate their accounts of what it means to be an American or, more often, what it means to not feel fully American. -- Kirkus

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  • Shapes of Native Nonfiction

    Shapes of Native Nonfiction

    Editors Washuta and Warburton have pulled together a groundbreaking collection of 27 mostly previously published critical essays and creative nonfiction meant to challenge non-Native scholarly and academic assumptions about how and what Native authors write. -- Library Journal

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  • Sweeter Voices Still

    Sweeter Voices Still

    A groundbreaking nonfiction collection about queer life in the Midwest. -- publisher's copy

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  • Take A Stand

    Take A Stand

    Take a Stand: Art Against Hate, A Raven Chronicles Anthology, edited by Seattle-based writers Anna Balint, Phoebe Bosche, and Thomas Hubbard, contains poems, stories and images from 117 writers and 53 artists. -- publisher's copy

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  • There's A Revolution Outside, My Love

    There's A Revolution Outside, My Love

    Pulitzer Prize winner Smith, former poet laureate of the U.S., and Freeman, an executive editor at Knopf, gather poems, letters, and essays ... bearing witness to systemic oppression and racial injustice. -- Kirkus

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