Books Acquired Recently

I recently got the Fall 2021 list of writers for Hunter College’s Distinguished Writers Series (the series webpage is here, but it hasn’t been updated yet), and purchased a few of the books that I didn’t have yet. Greenidge, Kaitlyn. Libertie. Chapel Hill, NC: Algonquin Books, 2021. Klay, Phil. Missionaries. New York: Penguin Press, 2020.

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Books Acquired Recently: Kristin Garth and Word Books Edition

Garth, Kristin. Atheist Barbie. N.p.: Maverick Duck Press, 2021. —. The Death of Alice in Wonderland and Additional Adult Adventures. N.p.: Alien Buddha Press, 2021. —. Puritan U: A True Crime in Sonnets, Footnotes & Verse. Philadelphia: Rhythm & Bones Press, 2019. I recently ordered one of Garth’s books directly from her website and thereContinue reading “Books Acquired Recently: Kristin Garth and Word Books Edition”

Books Acquired Recently

Guitar, Lynne. The Taíno ABCs. N.p.: Lynne Guitar, 2017. I am someone with Taíno ancestry, but I know very little about the culture and nothing about the language because both were nearly destroyed by European imperialism. I am trying to educate myself about both, so I bought this lexicon. Younging, Gregory. Elements of Indigenous Style:Continue reading “Books Acquired Recently”

Books Acquired Recently

Brooks, Randy M., ed. Student Haiku & Senryu Anthology: The Nicholas A. Virgilio Memorial Competition. Haiku Society of America, 2020. I received this anthology in the mail as a benefit of my Haiku Society of America membership. It was slated to come out last year, but just arrived due to pandemic-related delays. Martínez, Demetria. ConfessionsContinue reading “Books Acquired Recently”

Writing Activity, July 2021

One of my 2021 goals is to keep a list of my writing activity for each month (here’s last month’s). I do so partly as a form of encouragement for myself–to show that I am still able to do some writing despite the energy-sucking terrors of the pandemic (Which is still going on! Keep wearingContinue reading “Writing Activity, July 2021”