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  • svgApril 7, 2018Issue #7

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    Ordinary People by Diana Evans Summary: This novel follows two couples who, from the outside, are happily living their lives. In a Victorian neighborhood in London, Melissa and Michael are drifting apart after the birth of their first child. They start building their own interior walls that make the salvaging of their marriage hard. On the

  • svgMarch 10, 2018Issue #6

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    The Twelve Tribes of Hattie by Ayana Mathis Summary: This novel is set during the great migration, a time when millions of African American families moved to the north to seek greater opportunities. Hattie leaves Georgia to go to Philadelphia with her mother and soon starts a family of her own. Ayana Mathis’ novel tells the

  • svgFebruary 17, 2018Issue #5

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    Jazz by Toni Morrison Summary: A passionate novel set in New York City during the Jazz Age. Jazz is a novel dominated by love, grief, and offers a perceptive account of black urban life. During the winter of 1926, a middle-aged man named Joe shoots and kills his teenage mistress. Joe’s wife gets her revenge

  • svgFebruary 10, 2018Issue #4

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    Approaching the Fields by Chanda Feldman Summary: Chanda Feldman’s debut collection of poetry is a courageous work that evokes public and private worlds ranging from the aftermath of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to the dinner table and the birthing room. You’ll like this book if…you enjoy poetry that is reminiscent of gospel

  • svgFebruary 3, 2018Issue #3

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    This Will Be My Undoing by Morgan Jerkins Summary: A collection of essays in which Morgan Jerkins interweaves her incisive commentary on pop culture, feminism, black history, misogyny, and racism with her own experiences to confront the very real challenges of being a black woman today. You’ll like this book if…you enjoyed Roxane Gay’s Bad Feminist, Rebecca Solnit’s Men

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  • svgJanuary 27, 2018Issue #2

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    As we mentioned last week, every week, we will be reviewing books that you need to add to your TBR list. Here are this week’s recommendations: Wild is the Wind by Carl Phillips In his book, Wild Is the Wind, the author, Carl Phillips portrays love as once restless, reckless, but still desired because of

  • svgJanuary 20, 2018Issue #1

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    New Year, New Books! So many books are release every week and we do not want you to miss out on the gems. Every week, we will be collating the books that you need to add to your TBR list. These are must haves for all our readers. Enjoy! Don’t Call Us Dead: Poems by

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