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Tag: C.J. Farley
Hurricane Charlie was hurtling down on Jamaica, but instead of cutting their yearly vacation short, Winnie’s parents packed her off to her Grandma’s place in the countryside, a tiny town called Change-Your-Life . . .
In New York? Join us Wed., 3/4 at 7:00 PM to celebrate the release of The Half That’s Never Been Told!
On the heels of a series of rave reviews for his new book, Akashic author Marlon James has received a wonderful feature in the New York Times, as well as an interview in the Wall Street Journal! James’s debut novel, John Crow’s Devil, was published by Akashic in 2005 and was a finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize and the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize.
Join us and our Akashic authors at the Brooklyn Book Festival!
In conjunction with the publication of Pills and Starships by Lydia Millet—the latest release from our Black Sheep imprint for Young Adults and Young Readers—we’ve created the Black Sheep Digit, comprising excerpts from Pills and Starships and our first two Black Sheep releases, Changers Book One: Drew by T Cooper and Allison Glock-Cooper and Game World by C. J. Farley.
Game World author C.J. Farley appeared live on NBC’s The Today Show to discuss gender and children’s literature! [VIDEO]
Check out some great photos from Game World author C.J. Farley’s visit to the Brooklyn Prospect Charter School!
Featured: Music/Popular Culture/Art
- Of Grunge and Government: Let’s Fix this Broken Democracy!
- The Half That’s Never Been Told: The Real-Life Reggae Adventures of Doctor Dread
- What Is Punk?
- Seriously, Just Go to Sleep
- Censorship Now!! (LIMITED SIGNED HARDCOVER EDITION)
- Copycat: And a Litter of Other Cats
- Bronx Biannual: The Literary Journal of Urbane Urban Literature
- Seriously, You Have to Eat
- How the Left Lost Teen Spirit
- Infinity Blues
- Hairstyles of the Damned
- Playing President: My Close Encounters with Nixon, Carter, Bush I, Reagan, and Clinton–and How They Did Not Prepare Me for George W. Bush