In her debut fiction novel, They Still Call Me Sister , Deborah Plummer Bussey entertains readers with a stirring cozy mystery about sexual obsession, a murder investigation and political scandal in Atlanta, Georgia.
Actor Hill Harper has partnered with Scholastic teen author, Pamela Wells, to create a multicultural children-publishing imprint called Harper & Wells Books.
I came across this today on Facebook and thought that with was a great idea. African-American Classics presents comics adaptations of great stories and poems by America’s earliest black authors, illustrated by contemporary black artists.
A select group of 20 participants from 12 different countries make up the exciting line-up of the 15th Poetry Africa international poetry festival.
Seven thousand students drop out of high school every day in America and young Black males suffer the nation’s highest casualties.
If you’re in Cape Town, South Africa this week you must attend Open Book Cape Town Literary Festival. The popular festival runs from September 21 through September 25 at locations across the city .
Book Review by Randall Kennedy -Who’s Afraid of Post-Blackness: What It Means to Be Black Now by Toure
Cultural critic, Rolling Stone contributing writer and coresspondant for MSNBC in U.S. Toure explores the philosophy of Post Blackness in his latest book “