An lj comm for a reading challenge: 50 books by writers of color in a year (or pick your time frame).
I have a lot of books I need/want to -finish-, I suppose that would count. my attention span's shot to hell in general wrt finishing books lately, I've noticed (I Blame The Internets). Among them:
"Women, Race and Class" by Angela Davis
"Time On Two Crosses" by Bayard Rustin
and on the SF tip, I've been meaning to give Octavia Butler another go, maybe Kindred, maybe something else.
I want Toni Morrison's essay collection "What Moves at the Margin;" I liked "Playing in the Dark" a lot. ( "Writing Without Whining" is something I could probably learn more about: )
and I think I must be the last person who hasn't read "The God of Small Things," so, one of these days.
In other news: the Klassik Arthers are better enjoyed if we don't have to know they had Teh Homosexshul. It's True You Know.