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Faces We Love

by George Hajjar

Compositionally diverse, "Faces We Love" is a perfect coffee table book to flip through and explore. A celebration of finding joy in daily life, Faces We Love: Shanghai is a curated art book exploring Shanghai’s crowded streets,... Read More

Book Review

From Gay to Z

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

In "From Gay to Z", a compendium of queer culture more akin to a kiki than an encyclopedia, Justin Elizabeth Sayre serves up a blend of earnest information and loving snark. A humorist rather than a historian or social scientist, Sayre... Read More

Book Review

Bourbon Is My Comfort Food

by Sarah White

Heather Wibbels’s "Bourbon Is My Comfort Food" is a beautiful, detailed guide to making and enjoying bourbon cocktails. Wibbels notes that many classic cocktails are made with bourbon, including Old Fashioneds, Manhattans, bourbon... Read More

Book Review

The Waymakers

by Edith Wairimu

Asserting that diversity in the workplace has to be intentional, "The Waymakers" is a timely, action-oriented leadership guide. Tara Jaye Frank’s emphatic leadership book "The Waymakers" is packed with recommendations for creating and... Read More

Book Review

Reclaiming Two-Spirits

by Danielle Ballantyne

Historian of Native America Gregory D. Smithers’s "Reclaiming Two-Spirits" tackles the colonization of sexuality and gender in Indigenous American communities. “‘Two-Spirit,’” Smithers explains, “is derived from the Northern... Read More

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Hosting with the Lazy Makoti

by Meg Nola

South African chef Mogau Seshoene’s cookbook Hosting with the Lazy Makoti: A Celebration of Food is a vibrant compilation of recipes. Seshoene has a notable social media presence, and she founded her Lazy Makoti culinary platform in... Read More

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