Some authors are far different in-person than they are on the page. Here at Bookstr we’re calling out five of the biggest jerks in literary lore.
Biographies are under-appreciated literary goldmines, and you should be reading them. You heard me right. The books you avoid reading offer an experience unique in scope and entertainment potential.
Although an individual perspective of systemic racism often gets lost in abstractions, Between the World and Me tells Coates' experience with systemic racism.
Why was Hank’s opinion on the Tulsa Race Massacre so important as to warrant an op-ed, published alongside those written by Black scholars?
Loewen reveals the extent to which textbooks both educate and shelter students from the fluid, grey reality that is our country’s history.