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Read with Pride

June marks the celebration of Pride Month, a time dedicated to honoring the LGBTQ+ community, its history, and the progress made towards equality. The origins of Pride Month trace back to the Stonewall Riots of June 1969, a pivotal event that ignited the modern LGBTQ+ rights movement. Over the decades, Pride Month has grown into a global phenomenon, celebrating the diversity, resilience, and contributions of the LGBTQ+ community.

In honor of Pride, we are thrilled to present a curated selection of books that celebrate LGBTQ+ voices and stories. Whether you’re looking to delve into the history of the movement, enjoy heartwarming tales of love and identity, or explore thought-provoking works on social justice, our collection has something for everyone.


New Releases & Featured Titles

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Now Available in Paperback

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Poetry

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Young Mungo By Douglas Stuart Cover Image
$18.00
ISBN: 9780802162120
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Published: Grove Press - March 21st, 2023

"I loved this complex and thoughtful coming of age story set in 1990’s Glasgow which, even though far from the Troubles in Belfast, has a history of Protestant and Catholic conflict. Mungo struggles with the local bully who is also his older brother, a mother with her own dreams and desires, and keeping his sexuality hidden. Young Mungo is beautifully written with distinctive voices and characters." -Cathy, Atlanta


Celebrate AAPI Heritage Month

Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, celebrated each May, honors the profound contributions and rich histories of AAPI communities in the United States. This month-long celebration provides an opportunity to reflect on the significant impact AAPI individuals have had in various fields, from the arts and sciences to Civil Rights. It also highlights the vibrant cultures and traditions that AAPI communities bring to the American Mosaic.

To further appreciate these contributions, explore books by AAPI authors such as Real Americans by Rachel Khong, Afterparties by Anthony Veasna So, and Crying in H Mart by Michelle Zauner, each offering unique perspectives on AAPI experiences. Additionally, savor the culinary richness of AAPI cultures with cookbooks like First Generation by Grankie Gaw or The Wok by J. Kenji Lopez-Alt.


New Releases & Featured Titles

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Now Available in Paperback

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Poetry

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All the Flowers Kneeling cover image
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Culture & Food

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Iron Widow By Xiran Jay Zhao Cover Image
$11.99
ISBN: 9780735269958
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Published: Tundra Books - February 28th, 2023

"Iron Widow is the Chinese feminist mecha book that I didn’t realize I needed in my life. Inspired by the only female emperor in China, Xiran Jay Zhao crafts an enthralling story about giant monster invaders and the monsters that were created to defend against them called Chrysalises. Iron Widow is the tale of the male pilots who are treated like celebrities and the female concubine “co-pilots” who are sacrificed due to the strain on their minds during the battles. Of a female, Wu Zetian, who is not content with playing the role of a subservient sacrifice and fights to overthrow the system even as she is attacked and threatened by the men in power. With fascinating characters who overcome their limits and the societal codes around them, impressive action-packed battles, and ample surprises; Iron Widow is a raw and empowering book that will stay with me for a long time." -Rebecca, Atlanta


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The Many Daughters of Afong Moy: A Novel By Jamie Ford Cover Image
$17.99
ISBN: 9781982158224
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Published: Atria Books - May 2nd, 2023

"My favorite author, Jamie Ford, who wrote Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet, has outdone himself! The Many Daughters of Afong Moy spans the years between 1834 and 2045, and is a very emotional examination of epigenetics. The trauma inflicted on Afong seems to manifest itself throughout several generations, however, Dorothy is determined to break the cycle and learns that her past is the key to the future." -Sandra, Seattle


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Crying in H Mart: A Memoir By Michelle Zauner Cover Image
$17.00
ISBN: 9781984898951
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Published: Vintage - March 28th, 2023

"Michelle Zauner’s memoir is a loving tribute to her Korean American upbringing, love of Korean Food, and most importantly the bond with her exacting Korean mother who passed away from cancer as Zauner was finding her way in the world by starting her band, Japanese Breakfast.  It’s a wonderful & heartbreaking mother-daughter story." -Cathy, Atlanta


Celebrate Women's Voices for Women's History Month

March is Women’s History Month, an annual celebration of the achievements women have made, and a recognition of their hard-fought progress and historic moments over the course of history. Whether you are looking to educate yourself on the powerful women who have shaped the world, engross yourself in the poetic musings of some of literature’s most influential figures, or open yourself up to a whole world of women’s literature, we have the recommendations for you below.


Stories of Extraordinary Women

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Contemporary Women's Fiction

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The Hurting Kind By Ada Limón Cover Image
$24.00
ISBN: 9781639550494
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Published: Milkweed Editions - May 10th, 2022

Ada Limón is a gleefully welcoming poet, accessible to all of us, everyday readers. This is her pandemic collection of sorts: you will find transcribed in these pages some of what you felt in those days of strange, connected isolation, as in the wonderful poem "Not the Saddest Thing in the World".  Yet Limón‘s landscape of emotions is much vaster and has room for wide-ranging observation. As an immigrant, I resonated with "Joint Custody", which actually reflects on being a child of divorced parents ("I have two brains now..."). I saw my most human flaws contained in "If I Should Fail" ("know I stared long into fractures..."). If beauty and truth inspire you, dive in and take time here, in paused discovery of these always engaging creations.

— Jordi Martin-Consuegra, Chief Executive Officer, Hudson


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Soil: The Story of a Black Mother's Garden By Camille T. Dungy Cover Image
$28.99
ISBN: 9781982195304
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Published: Simon & Schuster - May 2nd, 2023

Soil is Dungey’s multilayered narrative of cultivating her Colorado garden. Both implicitly and explicitly political, it is an impassioned and galvanizing blend of nature writing, memoir, social criticism and environmental justice, all synthesized through the sensibility of a gifted poet. Much as I imagine the author’s garden to be, Soil is beautiful and nourishing. I especially enjoyed listening to Dungey’s audio version. Soil is truly a work of art.

— Sara, Connecticut


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How to Say Babylon: A Memoir By Safiya Sinclair Cover Image
$28.99
ISBN: 9781982132330
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Published: 37 Ink - October 3rd, 2023

Safiya gives us a unique look into a Rastafarian upbringing were the men in the household dictate the family rules. Even in a culture that tries to make women small HTSB shows how the power of books and education can expand the opportunities of anyone who wants to escape a cycle of family trauma.

— Justin, Atlanta


Black History Month 2024

Celebrate Black History & Culture

February is Black History Month, an annual celebration and recognition of the spectacular contributions and achievements, as well as the overwhelming struggles and hardships, of the African American community. This year we are highlighting powerful Black voices across all genres of literature, from playwrights to poets, pioneers of the Harlem Renaissance to modern writers just making their debut. Understand the history, embrace the culture, and engage in a thought-provoking discussion with our 2024 Black History Month collection.


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Lone Women: A Novel By Victor LaValle Cover Image
$18.00
ISBN: 9780525512103
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Published: One World - February 6th, 2024

"So, what is in the trunk Adelaide? It is the early 1900s, central California and Adelaide Henry has just set her family farm ablaze leaving her parents’ bodies to burn up in the flames. On the run, she drags along a heavy steamer trunk filled with something much more potent than family secrets. She heads to Montana where word has it that single women of a certain age can homestead and lay claim to their own land.  Victor LaValle deftly weaves elements of horror and mystery into a work of historical fiction something like Willa Cather crossed with Stephen King. Readers of his previous book, the much-lauded, The Changeling (check out the recently released Apple + series, it’s excellent) will not be disappointed—fun, scary, and smart."
 
--Matt, Los Angeles  


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Chain Gang All Stars: A Novel By Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah Cover Image
$18.00
ISBN: 9780593469316
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Published: Vintage - January 23rd, 2024

Chain Gang All Stars unfurls with relentless intensity, drawing you into a high-stakes world where survival is paramount and alliances are forged under the weight of life-or-death decision. Mirroring the heart-pounding tension and socio-political complexities of The Hunger Games but with its own distinctive path, Chain Gang All Stars offers a gripping read for fans of moral dilemmas and high-stakes competitions.”
 
--Russell, New Jersey 


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Soil: The Story of a Black Mother's Garden By Camille T. Dungy Cover Image
$28.99
ISBN: 9781982195304
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: Simon & Schuster - May 2nd, 2023

"Soil is Dungey’s multilayered narrative of cultivating her Colorado garden. Both implicitly and explicitly political, it is an impassioned and galvanizing blend of nature writing, memoir, social criticism and environmental justice, all synthesized through the sensibility of a gifted poet. Much as I imagine the author’s garden to be, Soil is beautiful and nourishing. I especially enjoyed listening to Dungey’s audio version. Soil is truly a work of art."
 
--Sara, Connecticut


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