We kicked off 2017 by diving right into genre fic. Specifically, urban fiction. We read This could Be Us But You Playin‘ by Cachet. Mollie lays out the plot, Danielle remains bougie and bitter, and in the end, we take up that age-old debate
No specific book this month. To celebrate the new year, we look back on some of the titles that helped us survive the dumpster fire that is 2016. Mentioned titles include The Turner House by Angela Flournoy, An Extraordinary Union by Aylssa Cole a
Heads up: The word “bougie” comes up a lot in this episode. This month, we discuss British author Zadie Smith’s fifth release — Swing Time — complain about Audible and somehow finish up with an analysis of black female storylines
We are oh-for-two on knowing what it is we’re actually reading. This episode, we talk Kaitlyn Greenridge’s We Love You, Charlie Freeman, an eerie and uncomfortable examination of race, communication and family. Tune in for anxiety atta
We came back! This month, we read Jacqueline Woodson’s Another Brooklyn and loved it. The book has been long-listed for a National Book Award in fiction and it’s well deserved. Join us for a conversation about the book’s beautifu
It’s our first ever podcast! Join us every month as we read and discuss a new book featuring black women writers and characters. This month’s selection is Natalie Baszile’s Queen Sugar.