I will participate by doing a mini-challenge based on 50 Books POC. For the entire week, every day I will post a new review of a book by a non-white author. If I don't have time for books, I will fill in with manga, manhwa, or other comics. If anyone feels like doing this too, I would be thrilled to read more reviews!

How to participate in IBARW:

Announce the week in your blog.

Post about race and/or racism: in media, in life, in the news, personal experiences, writing characters of color, portrayals of race in fiction, review a book on the subject, etc. (Linking back here is highly appreciated!) The optional theme this year is "global."

Let us know by bookmarking your post on Delicious with "for:ibarw," or comment with a link to your post in one of the link-collecting posts.

See [livejournal.com profile] ibarw for more details.

Writers of Color 50 Book Challenge ([livejournal.com profile] 50books_poc) - "Basically, we just want people to read works by authors of color. We’re pretty open to any degree of participation that furthers that end. We don't even care which books you read, so long as they're written by authors of color. Seriously, you can read fun books. Easy books. Books that make you happy. Books that get your kink on. They just have to be by authors of color."

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Have you tried any of Sam Delaney's books? Nova is a good start. The Neveryon books are also good, but need an overclocked thinking cap, I found.
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