"There needs to be more women of color in publishing, in positions of power, period. As I see other book clubs and speaking series, reading series, organizations pop up that are dedicated to writers of color, queer writers, disabled writers, other marginalized writers, I'm like: yeah, do that! This is what we need."
-Kima Jones, owner and founder of Jack Jones Literary Arts, speaks to NPR about literature and representation. Essential reading. Full article HERE
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