Union bears her soul in this equally thought-provoking and witty collection of stories. She charismatically delivers all of the beautiful and ugly parts of life as an African American woman. And yes you will need more wine...
Hands down one of the most engaging and timely reads of the year. Adjei-Brenyah vividly depicts the African American experience in the United States with these satirical stories. Against the backdrop of a dystopian society, he addresses many of the racial tensions that lie deep beneath the surface and few have ever dared to reckon with.
Candice Carty-Williams has written a inspired and yet relatable novel for today's woman. Queenie captures the pure essence of what so many women expirence in relationships, health, and the work place, and yet some how manages to make you laugh out loud at the absurdity of it all.
Jericho Brown's, The Tradition spotlights the horrors of today's world that we've come comfortable with and reckons with the history that created such. Brown urges his audience to come to find a place of hope while fighting for our survival.