A complex work of historical fiction and coming of age.
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...I'm pausing my paid subscriptions so we're not supporting transphobes, etc.
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I met Dantiel at Hedgebrook and it was a pleasure to hear her talk about her process then, back in 2017. Similarly, it was a delight to read her words…
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Or, What happens when you can't stop thinking about a book
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What March 2021 releases are you excited about?Here’s a list of books on my radar. What’s on yours? Who’s Your Daddy by Arisa White (March 1) Poetic memoir. Home is Not a Country by Safia Elh…
And thank you for sharing your reading thoughts with me.
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What are you reading that you love?I’ve been re-reading one of my favorites, Their Eyes Were Watching God, and thinking about how infrequently I hear what other books people love …
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Reflections on the influence & magnitude of the author on her birthday
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What we recover reading collections of poetry, essays & art
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The Black Church: This is Our Story, This is Our Song, is scheduled to publish February 16th 2021. A little background/ethical disclaimer about my…
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Ready for this Black History Month goodness?
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On what a Christian seeker can glean from Black Buddhists & diversifying the sangha
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