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Kendra Winchester

Kendra Winchester is a Contributing Editor for Book Riot where she writes about audiobooks and disability literature. She is also the Founder of Read Appalachia, which celebrates Appalachian literature and writing. Previously, Kendra co-founded and served as Executive Director for Reading Women, a podcast that gained an international following over its six-season run. In her off hours, you can find her writing on her Substack, Winchester Ave, and posting photos of her Corgis on Instagram and Twitter @kdwinchester.

A Messy Queer Girlhood in Singapore

Looking for a compelling essay collection about growing up? This one explores girlhood, queerness, and growing up in Singapore.

A Buzzy New Release Loaded With Campus Drama

Get this book on your TBR ASAP.

10 New Nonfiction Book Releases of February 2024

New nonfiction books hitting shelves in February 2024 include memoirs, food stories, ex-wives, and more.

10 of the Most-Anticipated Audiobooks of January 2024

With such an incredible range of choices of new audiobooks out in January, you’re sure to find an audiobook perfect for you.

10 of’s Most Pre-ordered Books of Winter 2024

New year, new audiobooks! With 2024 just around the corner, here are 10 of's most pre-ordered books of winter 2024.

10 of the Best Disability Books of 2023

This year has had a lot of great disability literature to explore. Here are 10 of the best titles.

10 of the Best Appalachian Books of 2023

Appalachian Literature is in a golden age. From horror to poetry, sci-fi, memoir, and literary fiction, it has something for every reader.

10 Audiobooks for Nonfiction November

To celebrate all things nonfiction November, here are some of the best nonfiction audiobooks from 2023 to try.

12 Indigenous Memoirs for Nonfiction November and Indigenous Peoples’ Month

Each of these Indigenous memoirs is unique, representing the experience of moving through the world as a Native person on stolen land.

On Being Ill with Virginia Woolf

As I read Woolf’s description of the transformation that an illness can have on the mind, I felt as if I was being seen for the first time.