Favorites of 2011: Nonfiction

I’m doing something a little different with my nonfiction lists this year. 50 of the books I read in 2011 were nonfiction; about a third of them were memoirs and a third were specifically related to feminism. I decided to split my “best of” lists accordingly. These are my five favorite general nonfiction books listedContinue reading “Favorites of 2011: Nonfiction”

Enrique’s Journey

Feminist Texican Reads will be featuring a variety of fiction and nonfiction books by/about Latin@s throughout Latina/o Heritage Month (September 15 – October 15). Enrique’s Journey spent a long time on my TBR pile. I definitely wanted to read it, but I was also dreading the descriptions I would find. Based on a series ofContinue reading “Enrique’s Journey”