It was incredible to see your support for Black-owned bookstores, and we believe that this is only the beginning. Libro.fm is committed to doing the work: amplifying BIPOC voices, diversifying our small team as we grow, evaluating our partnerships, and pushing for change within the book industry.
There has been much discussion and a general consensus around the benefits of eating local—Alice Waters has famously championed local food production and reducing food miles as the key to sustainability—but how does this affect the items you won’t find at the farmer’s market? Does the same climate calculus apply when you are buying books?
This past week, the New York Times Book Review released its 100 Notable Books of 2017, including poetry, non-fiction, and fiction. The list represents books reviewed after December 4, 2016, when last year’s list was published. You can find these titles on Libro.fm’s 100 Notable Books of 2017 playlist… Happy Listening! This list includes many […]