The Margins Bookstores Journal (Diary)

The Margins Bookstores Journal By n/a The Word | A Storytelling Sanctuary, Kah Yangni (Illustrator) Cover Image
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Support and celebrate bookstores owned by members of the BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, disabled, and neurodiverse communities with this journal created by The Word | A Storytelling Sanctuary!

Published to coincide with the first annual #MarginsBookstores Month, this journal is the ultimate guide to independent bookstores around the United States that are owned by members of marginalized groups. Featuring a beautiful map created by illustrator and muralist Kah Yangni for the project, this journal is perfect for jotting down musings, reading lists, notes, and more. On the journal's interior, the map is broken up into six different regional illustrations that appear alongside detailed information about the featured shops from that part of the country—keep this notebook handy for the next time you're itching to repopulate your to-read shelf!

SUPPORTS A GREAT CAUSE: A portion of the proceeds from this journal will go toward the #MarginsBookstores fund created by The Word | A Storytelling Sanctuary. This fund will be redistributed directly to participating bookstores owned and managed by members of historically marginalized communities.

INFORMATIVE & STYLISH: Published to coincide with the 2021 #MarginsBookstoresMonth, this journal is both a beautiful object and a practical tool—it's a great way to discover exciting new retailers near you!

Perfect for:

• Booklovers and bookstore browsers
• Readers and shoppers interested in supporting shops owned by members of the BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, disabled, and neurodiverse communities

About the Author

Kah Yagngi is an illustrator and muralist living in Philadelphia, PA. They make art about justice, queerness, and joy.

The Word | A Storytelling Sanctuary is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to promote voices from underserved communities and diverse backgrounds, to honor the stories of those who have faced adversity and injustice, and to provide a sanctuary space where these groups will see themselves in literature. It is based in Denver, Colorado.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781797214986
ISBN-10: 1797214985
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Publication Date: February 1st, 2022
Pages: 192
Language: English