Happy 2023! This National Mentoring Month, we had our Girls Write Now mentees brainstorm what books they’d like their mentors to read. Check out these exciting recommendations from our mentees,…
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Annabel Young (she/her) is a writer, poet, and creative who is passionate about decolonization work. She is Ojibwe by way of Brooklyn (Saginaw Chippewa descendent, ajijaak/crane clan). Annabel holds a B.A. in English and American Studies, with minors in Indigenous Studies and Inequality Studies. She comes to Girls Write Now after acting as both Managing and Layout Editor of Cornell's oldest literary magazine, Rainy Day, and writing for Cornell's yearbook. During her undergraduate years, Annabel helped to bring Jamie Black's REDress project to Cornell to bring awareness to MMIWG2S on campus. In her free time, Annabel can be found writing short stories and poems that focus on themes of family, colliding worldviews, and the daily life of a twenty-something.
Books Our Mentors Recommend for 2023 Mentees
Happy 2023! This National Mentoring Month, we had our Girls Write Now mentors brainstorm what books they’d like their mentees to read. Check out these exciting book recommendations from our…
34 Books By Indigenous Authors to Read for Thanksgiving Break (And Every Day)
Annabel Young, a Saginaw Chippewa descendant (ajijaak/crane clan) and Girls Write Now Fellow gives us 34 books by woman-identifying and trans Indigenous authors to read over Thanksgiving break.