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State of the Blog | Life Updates & August Lady Classics Changes

The good news is we survived the move. The bad news is apparently I own no shelves and hate unpacking. Therefore everything is still in boxes around the house because we have no where to put it. I'm so very tired though. We finally got internet yesterday after a week of having to do my… Continue reading State of the Blog | Life Updates & August Lady Classics Changes

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Blog | Introducing the Women in Translation Month BINGO Challenge

Last year I discovered that August was Women in Translation month half way through the month and only had time to do a blog post about it. Thankfully I actually thought to plan ahead this year. So what exactly is Women in Translation month (#WITMonth) and why is it necessary? Originally started by blogger Meytal Radzinski,… Continue reading Blog | Introducing the Women in Translation Month BINGO Challenge

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Blog | Diversity Spotlight Thursday #4: SFF Short Stories Edition

Aimal over at Bookshelves and Paperbacks started Diversity Spotlight Thursday a while back and I’m only just now getting around to participating, generally every two weeks. The point of the series is to draw attention to great diverse books that may not be getting that much love or attention by talking about a diverse book you’ve read,… Continue reading Blog | Diversity Spotlight Thursday #4: SFF Short Stories Edition

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Blog | 5 Indigenous Authors to Read for National Aboriginal History Month and All-year Round

This article was originally written for The Charlatan. An edited version appeared online on Thursday, June 29, 2017, in Volume 47, Issue 2. As June comes to a close, so does the end of National Aboriginal History Month and Indigenous Book Club Month with people and communities across Canada celebrating Indigenous writers online and in person.… Continue reading Blog | 5 Indigenous Authors to Read for National Aboriginal History Month and All-year Round

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Blog | Diversity Spotlight Thursday #3: Indigenous Poets Edition

Aimal over at Bookshelves and Paperbacks started Diversity Spotlight Thursday a while back and I'm only just now getting around to participating. The point of the series is to draw attention to great diverse books that may not be getting that much love or attention by talking about a diverse book you've read, one you're… Continue reading Blog | Diversity Spotlight Thursday #3: Indigenous Poets Edition

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Introducing Lady Classics: An Intersectional Reading Series

I've been wanting to to this challenge for a long time. Sometime last summer there'd been a discussion about the definition of a 'classic' and the creation of canon in one of my classes. This is not a new discussion and is one I've had many times in multiple classes over the course of my… Continue reading Introducing Lady Classics: An Intersectional Reading Series

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Blog | Diversity Spotlight Thursday #2

Aimal over at Bookshelves and Paperbacks started Diversity Spotlight Thursday a while back and I'm only just now getting around to participating. The point of the series is to draw attention to great diverse books that may not be getting that much love or attention by talking about a diverse book you've read, one you're… Continue reading Blog | Diversity Spotlight Thursday #2