10 WOC Releases in February 2019

It's February! And Black History Month! This month's new releases are gonna be tough on your budgets and book buying bans ūüėÄ I've got two pre-orders to reward myself, since I've got exams. Anyway, check out these amazing new books:   1. Magical Negro by Morgan Parker February 5th 2019 by Tin House Books "Magical... Continue Reading →

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12 WOC Releases in January 2019

Happy 2019, readers! Hope it treats you well! It's only January, but 2019 appears to be another excellent year for books, just take a look at this month's releases: Fiction 1.The Gilded Wolves by Roshani Chokshi January 15th 2019 by Wednesday Books "Paris, 1889: The world is on the cusp of industry and power, and... Continue Reading →

Review: Every Watering Word by Tanya Manning-Yarde

Pub. Date:¬†September 27th 2017 ¬† I Page Count: 126 p. I¬† Imprint:¬†Wasteland Press ¬†I CW:¬†Rape, abuse, violence   Summary: "This collection of poetry is an ensemble of many themes. Every Watering Word encompasses poetic rumination about women‚Äôs self-discovery; stories about coming of age; explorations of sex, sensuality and eroticism; epiphanies gleaned from motherhood and marriage;... Continue Reading →

12 WOC Releases in November 2018

  I'm a tad late with this post, but on the upside it means many of these books are out already or will be very soon! And have you seen these amazing book releases!? I need them all! 1.Well-Read Black Girl: Finding Our Stories, Discovering Ourselves¬†by Glory Edim, ed. November 1st 2018 by Trapeze "Remember... Continue Reading →

15 WOC Releases in October 2018

Happy October y'all! I love fall! Also, there are a bunch of amazing looking new releases coming, be ready. I'm reading White Dancing Elephants and it's fantastiv so far, Looking for Lorraine is in my audiobook queue I'm excited for The Black Khan and I might give Zero Sum Game a try, even though I'm... Continue Reading →

Author Q&A with Nisi Shawl

Stunning cover art by¬†Likhain Today, I'm excited to welcome SFF writer, reviewer and editor and Mother of Invention contributor Nisi Shawl¬† to the blog. I got to ask her some questions about her work, the anthology and diversity in SFF, check out the Q&A below! Make sure to follow her on twitter¬† Mother of Invention... Continue Reading →

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