Review: Black and Blue in Harlem by Delia C. Pitts #DiverseDetectives

Pub. Date: February 4th 2019 I FriesenPress I Pages: 144 I Crime/Mystery I CW: Alcohol addiction   Summary: "SJ Rook came to Harlem to re-build a life. You hit bottom, the only way out is up, right? Nice home, nice job, nice girl. With a few breaks, a hard-luck private eye can land on his... 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’s self-discovery; stories about coming of age; explorations of sex, sensuality and eroticism; epiphanies gleaned from motherhood and marriage;... 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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