With the #DiverseBookBloggers hashtag gaining traction on Twitter, we at 100storyreviews.com want to ensure readers are able to find a variety of diverse book bloggers all in one place.
Learn more about the hashtag by checking out our Storify.
If you are interested in being included on our list of #DiverseBookBloggers, send us a link and a short description of your blog in one of the following ways:
- Tweet us @100storyreviews
- Email us at email@example.com
- Send us a message on our Facebook page
- Comment on this post
- #DiverseBookBloggers are not white, straight, cisgendered, able-bodied bloggers who write predominantly about authors of that same description.
- They ideally blog about #ownvoices authors and advocate diverse reading habits for all. This includes white bloggers who write about diverse literature regularly.
- They find themselves in the LGBTQ+ spectrum or are people with disabilities and blog about books that represent them when possible.
- The hashtag more generally includes any person who is LGBTQIA+, a person of color, or a person with a disability who also is a book blogger. But diverse reading is preferred.
The list below will be updated as we hear from more diverse book bloggers.
Books And Strips: In addition to reviewing a variety of book genres and comics, this blog has Femme Friday posts celebrating female characters, authors, books, and more. Follow on Twitter @VickyJones7.
Building Diverse Bookshelves: With a goal of adding diversity to bookshelves, this blog is committed to reviewing at least one book by an author of color or marginalized author each week.
Rethinking Children’s and Young Adult Literature: Rethinking Kid Lit is a digital interactive literary magazine and blog that focuses on social justice in children’s and young adult literature. @BallState professors and students produce it. Follow on Twitter @rethinkkidlit.
The Shrinkette: A mixture of book reviews and book posts from an India-born book nerd, behavior analyst, intersectional feminist, Whovian, recluse, and Scotch pundit. Follow on Twitter @TheShrinkette.
Stitch’s Media Mix: This blog focuses on diversity in YA lit, romance, and fantasy genres, but also discusses fandom, comic books, and comic book related media. A monthly series called Urban Fantasy 101 explores intersectionality and diversity fails in urban fantasy and paranormal romance. Follow on Twitter @stichomancery.