Book Reviews

Legendborn

‘Legendborn’: Masterful Mix of Fantasy, Womanhood, and Black Legacy

Often when I pick up a novel, especially a fantasy novel, I’m searching for a…

Hedra

‘Hedra’: Next Frame, Please

A movie is just a series of pictures taken ever closer together to simulate movement.…

Maya and the Rising Dark

‘Maya and the Rising Dark’ Takes us Through a Series of Adventures in this Whimsical Tale

Right now we are finding new ways to escape as the world around us depicts…

Year of the Witching

‘The Year of Witching’ Invites a Radical Feminist Resistance

There isn’t much to dislike about novels with strong female protagonists in tyrannical dystopian societies.…

Celebrating ‘Hood Criatura’: A Transformative Space for Decolonization and Fluidity

Author féi hernandez’s 2020 poetry collection from Sundress Publications unravels America in all of its…

Mary L. Trump’s Tell-All Tells Us She Is Out of F**Ks to Give

After much anticipation surrounding the controversial release of the Mary L. Trump tell-all book, it…

The Invincible Summer of Juniper Jones

Review: ‘The Invincible Summer of Juniper Jones’

As the world continues to vibrate with the truth of what it means to be…

Punching The Air

‘Punching The Air’, An Artistic Reimagining of Exonerated Five’s Dr. Yusef Salaam Experiences

Written By: Pella the Pilgrim In recent years, the 1989 story of the Exonerated Five…

Spilt Milk

‘Spilt Milk’ Glorifies Self-Healing and Discovery

Written By: Tariqah Shakir Aisha Ali’s debut Spilt Milk is a short journey filled with…

Compton Cowboys

Compton, California, Is the Old Town Road for Black Urban Cowboys

New York Times reporter Walter Thompson-Hernandez’s The Compton Cowboys is both a skilled insider’s look…