Rebellious Mourning: The Collective Work of Grief edited by Cindy Milstein
Cynthia Schemmer’s Secret Bully zines.
Cindy Crabb’s Doris Zines.
Good Grief: Is there a better way to be bereaved? by Megan O’Rourke
Being Black Under Water: Swimming through loss and into grief by Deborah Whaley
The Secret Life of Grief: My mom’s cancer and the science of resilience by Derek Thompson
H is for Hawk by Helen McDonald
suicidal ideation 2.0, queer community leadership, and staying alive anyway: part one of a work in progress by Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha
Handbook of Social Justice in Loss and Grief: Exploring diversity, equity, and inclusion edited by Darcy Harris and Tashel Bordere
A long list of books about death for kids.
Young’s Pond by Coriel Gaffney
The Condition of Black Life is One of Mourning by Claudia Rankine
Growth is a Shimmering Gray by Cynthia Schemmer
Even the Pictures posted on Institute for Middle East Understanding
You Can Delete, but You Can’t Forget by Jacqui Shine
Parental Caregiving and Loss: Ideas for Caregivers and their Allies, Chapter cowritten with Cynthia Schemmer, in Don’t Leave Your Friends Behind: Supporting Families in Social Justice Movements edited by Victoria Law and China Martens
Worts and Cunning “By Way of Sorrow” downloadable grief ritual resource compiled by herbalist Alexis Cunningfolk
Center for Complicated Grief in NYC
Home of a Crazy Herbalist Kristen Hale, herbal healer; writings on anxiety, Complex PTSD, and wellness
*This is a collection of voices I want to amplify from the web and in print. If you’ve got one to add or don’t want to see your work referenced here, just give a shout: firstname.lastname@example.org.