An explanation of diverse author mentoring and look at three organizations providing writers from underrepresented communities mentor opportunities.
One romance reader considers feminist trends in the history of romance and looks ahead to some progressive themes the genre can build on.
A reader coming back to YA books later in life on what it means to find herself reflected on the page, and have access to better representation in books.
The thought of buying my daughter a book about baby feminists filled me with happiness. But for my son? Embarrassingly, the thought didn’t cross my mind.
Talking about representation in comics and some of the comics that might expand your thinking about inclusivity in the history of comics.
Children from marginalized communities deserve to see themselves on the page. These inclusive children's books do the work without tokenizing characters.
Whether set in the US, Canada, the Northeast of England or South Africa, these must-read LGBTQ fiction books continue to educate, comfort, and remind us.
A reader on searching for the non-white heroine in books, #ownvoices, and wanting to see more representation in literature across the board.
With the closure of Midnight Ink, Book Riot helps you find other indie publishers who are putting out diverse and dynamic mysteries.
Books with black woman and girls who are literally magical -- witches, Orisha, Vodou, and more powerful women with black girl magic.
"Latinx writers are doing work that feels important now more than ever, but has been important, beautiful, and necessary always."
Weather has you trapped indoors? Read these books about the outdoors, international settings, and other people on vacations for a little escape.
A new report released by CLPE and Booktrust, which reviewed children’s books published in the UK during 2017, has thrown the ...
If you've got a case of Reading Impostor syndrome, we're here to help you figure out your ~Real Reader status.
We know that we should be conscious of reading diversely when we're picking up books to put into our eyeballs. But what about the next step? Are we purchasing books as diversely as we're reading?