Bastard Reading; Bastard Learning

I don’t make it a secret that I don’t read a lot of adoption literature. I read a lotof books, but adopta-lit isn’t high on my reading list. I prefer 19th century English and American novels, mysteries. pop culture, American history, organized crime ( my field in grad school) and auto/biographies. But I do have a list of adaption books that I’ve enjoyed over the years and find the political and the personal. Occasionally, I”m asked what adoption-related books I like. Here is a non-fiction list: Continue Reading →