The first time I bought weed in Los Angeles, I listened to—and talked about—vintage synthesizers for hours. I was high . . .
May 2015 News & Features
To celebrate the release of The Sunshine Crust Baking Factory, we’re pleased to feature a statement from author Stacy Wakefield on how her own firsthand experiences in with squatting shaped her novel.
Changers Book One: Drew has been chosen to be part of the New York Public Library’s Summer Reading Challenge! Click for more information, and to read a very special note from a Changers fan.
To celebrate the release of Love Maps, we’re pleased to feature a statement from author Eliza Factor on how her latest novel came to be.
“I’m night-weaning Emeka,” my wife Anna alerted me when I met her in the park after a run . . .
Kelleher ran towards Nathan’s, Coney Island’s legendary wiener wonderland. The Ukrainian’s final fetid breath was still stinging his nostrils . . .
“Yeah, yeah, yeah! Ummm, this will work . . . I’m sure I can quit this time,” muttered Steve under his quickening breath while rapidly striking his index finger against the table before him.
“Here come the temple spasms, Steve . . .”
To celebrate the release of The Shark Curtain — a powerful and unique look into a young creative mind by debut novelist Chris Scofield and the latest release from Akashic’s Black Sheep imprint for young readers — we’re very pleased to bring you a guest post by Carrie Howland, literary agent at Donadio & Olson, on what makes The Shark Curtain such a special book.
Featured: Black Interest
- Hadriana in All My Dreams
- Iron Balloons: Hit Fiction From Jamaica’s Calabash Writer’s Workshop
- The Baker’s Son: My Life in Business
- The Plot Against Hip Hop
- Kingston Noir (Jamaica)
- Globetrotter & Hitler’s Children
- She’s Gone
- New-Generation African Poets: A Chapbook Box Set (Nne)
- Black Orchid Blues
- Bronx Biannual: The Literary Journal of Urbane Urban Literature