|Source Title||Author||Description||Free sample|
|Audubon's Rifle - John James Audubon||Elizabeth Gordon||
For John James Audubon, his greatest joy and ambition is painting beautiful pictures of birds, but to do so he must, literally, destroy the very creatures he loves.
|Dreams As Real As Blood - Woman||Elizabeth Gordon||
The best and worst of America, as remembered by an ageless Southern woman.
|Let Me Be Extreme||Elizabeth Gordon||
A riff on why we should be "extreme"—not in hate but in powerful, courageous, beautiful love.
|Seemingly Racist Gestures - Person||Elizabeth Gordon||
Based on true events, an Asian-American baseball fan takes on Sports Illustrated for its failure to call out racism when it occurs.
|White on White - Shelly||Tami Canaday||
An Asian American woman contemplates what it's like to be half white and half Asian.
|WOMAN HOLLERING CREEK - Airports Are So Impossible These Days - Mrs. Razzaster||Rita Anderson||
Mrs. Razzaster ("rhymes with disaster") has had a horrible day where just everything that could go wrong DID.