Looking to support diversity in literature while also broadening the horizons of your Instagram feed? Then you need to check out these wonderful bookstagrammers who are making moves with their own unique photographic style and themes that are sure to inspire. They’re advocates for diversity in lit, along with spreading the word with important book recommendations and supporting others through reading, social sharing and lifting each other up.
This fantastical bookstagram is the perfect creative addition to your feed. Carmen pairs her reads with her stunning fashion sense, and she’s all about giving marginalized writers a voice, while always providing a wealth of resources and beautiful insights to current events. We also love how she is always highlighting other great bookstagram accounts.
This new community dedicated to “uplifting magical stories told by Black women and non-binary authors” posts all sorts of ways you can support, interact and celebrate science fiction and speculative books written by Black women and non-binary authors. From writing tips, to Instagram lives, monthly read-alongs, and more, you’ll love adding this incredible community to your feed.
Supporter of diverse voices and intersectional feminism, with a wonderfully fiery focus on Latin culture, you’ll love Literary Latina’s aesthetically pleasing feed sharing her favorite books of the moment and never shying away from speaking up about current events and how you can help support diverse authors across all genres.
An LGBTQ bookstagrammer, a wronger of rights, a supporter of diverse voices in literature, and a lover of books and beer, you’ll love adding this colorful bookstagram to your feed. Lupita also has IG highlights dedicated to book recommendations written by Mexican-American authors, and on occasion creates LatinX bookstagram tours that are all sorts of amazing and inspiring.
A beautiful feed that supports indigenous literature—and we are one hundred percent here for it! Peruse this feed for fun read-alongs, ways to support indigenous culture, and amplify their voices in lit, including places you can donate to help the cause. We need more bookstagrams like this.
What’s not to love when their profile bio reads, “Queering up your shelves one rec at a time.” Covering all genres from young adult and memoirs, to paranormal and historical, you’ll find everything you need to support your LGBTQ authors and inspire an ever growing to-be-read pile that will most likely be wonderfully colorful, figuratively and literally.
A bookstagram and an online book club, this account is all about introducing diverse writers to future generations and emphasizing the importance of diversity in literature. With their mission, “to address inequalities and improve communities through reading and reflecting on the works of Black women” you’ll love this account for its book recommendations, online discussions with talented authors, and insightful quotes that encourage self-love and equality.
An adorable feed with a powerful theme—we live for feeds likes this. As a Black, indigenous, people of color (BIPOC) bookstagrammer her beautiful feed is always serving up a diverse selection books by Black authors that she hopes you take to heart. We especially like her insightful captions and mini-book reviews. You’re sure to get some fantastic book recommendations and stunning covers to ogle, all the while supporting BIPOC.
Who doesn’t love a good middle grade read from time to time, even as adults? And as we all work to set an example for future generations, whether it’s introducing diverse reads to your own children, or even your nieces and nephews, we love this account giving all the Latinx kid lit recommendations!
We hope you decide to follow all of these fantastic bookstagrammers in an effort to spread the word on the importance of diversity in literature, while also getting a kickass feed to scroll through and support.
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