Reading is fundamental. It is also free at the public library, making it the activity of choice for mothers of young children everywhere . . .
November 2017 News & Features
Bashir had witnessed his share of riddled bodies since the Americans had invaded, but this was the first from his own hand . . .
Amelia knew there was no running away when she boarded the glorified tuna can called the Canary . . .
“The Purge” took place in 2021 . . .
This year we’re thrilled to have around twenty of our authors appearing at the 2017 Miami Book Fair International!
I sat in the car looking out the window and trying to focus on what I had just witnessed in the back seat of the van. It had started out as a simple day . . .
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The body was crumpled on the floor. Purple blood spilled away, taking the shape of a crooked tree . . .
Featured: Black Interest
- Around Harvard Square
- Bronx Biannual Issue No. 2: The Literary Journal of Urbane Urban Literature
- New-Generation African Poets: A Chapbook Box Set (Nne)
- Loving Donovan
- A Million Aunties
- So Much Things to Say: 100 Poets from the First Ten Years of the Calabash International Literary Festival
- Nairobi Noir (Kenya)
- All or Nothing
- Among the Bloodpeople: Politics & Flesh
- Dance of the Jakaranda
- On the Way Back
- John Crow’s Devil