It’s the second week of Illinois’ stay-at-home order. On Tuesday, Governor JB Prtizker extended that order until the end of April, which means we have a lot more time to be indoors.
Reset brings you the latest roundup of things to read, watch and do this week while you’re at home.
What to read
1. Hood Feminism by Mikki Kendall
2. I Love You So Mochi by Sarah Kuhn
3. FINNA by Nino Cipri
4. Too Much Midnight by Krista Franklin
5. A Little Called Pauline by Gertrude Stein with Bianca Stone
6. Teaching Poetry Online - Resources for teaching and learning remotely (for all levels)
7. The City We Became by N.K. Jemisin
What to watch
9. The Expanse
10. The Good Place
11. Virtual Poetry Reading with Revolving Door Arts - Featuring readings by George Abraham, Tara Betts, Arielle Greenberg, and Keith S. Wilson on Wednesday, April 1 at 7 p.m.
13. LeVar Burton will be livestream reading starting on Friday, April 3, between 5-8 pm (CST)
Good Morning, Y’all...— LeVar Burton (@levarburton) April 1, 2020
I am thrilled to announce that this coming Friday, APRIL 3RD, I’ll be reading a selection from master storyteller, @neilhimself, Neil Gaiman. 6pm Pacific - 9pm Eastern. ##bydhttmwfi pic.twitter.com/gWGemxeuxl
What to do
14. Pick a corner of a room and declutter and reorganize your things
15. Contribute to the The Learned Fangirl Freelance Emergency Fund
GUESTS: Fred Sasaki, art director of Poetry magazine
Michi Trota, editor in chief of the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America adnd senior editor for Prism