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3 Fiction Genres That Have Impacted Me as a Black Queer Woman

Sub-genres I started reading that changed my worldview

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Like a lot of people I know, I spent my formative years immersed in fictional worlds. I was a regular at the local library. I was sneakily reading trilogies under my desk when I should’ve been doing calculus. I rarely spent more than a few days per book and blew through…




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