November is National Native American and Alaskan Native Heritage Month. That means that here at EthnoLit, we’ll be reading literature written by writers of Native American, American Indian, and Alaskan […]
After encountering Katherine Dunn’s shocking short story Rhonda Discovers Art (read an excerpt here) in the Paris Review, I rushed out and bought her highly-praised novel Geek Love. It has […]
As you may know the World Party Reading Challenge’s country-of-the-month for October is Afghanistan. So, here at EthnoLit, we picked a novella by Afghan-born writer Atiq Rahimi. Atiq Rahimi’s Earth […]
Kyle Baker’s graphic adaptation of The Confessions of Nat Turner is drawn with incredible attention to emotion. Baker captures the brutality and teeth-grinding sense of justified vengance that is mixed […]
We’ll review a different book each month that is written by an author writing in English who’s heritage is of the World Party Challenge’s “country of the month”.
We’re in the midst of National Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15th to October 15th), and I’ve found a few decent reading lists of authors of Hispanic and Latino heritage: HispanicOhio.com […]
As I mentioned before, I read the book first and I just saw the movie last night. For this particular film, I might advertise that you see the movie first. […]