An anthology of poetry for girls, a catalog of Japanese art, and a memoir about the teaching of English

When Vermont-based poet and editor Diana Whitney envisioned a poetry anthology for girls and young people, she wanted to gather the voices she longed for when she was a teenager. “Strong voices, lonely voices, angry, elated, or curious ones. Voices from the LGBTQ+ community, turning their experiences into song,” she writes. Such is what she’s done with “You Don’t Have to Be Everything: Poems for Girls Becoming Themselves