THE LIVING IS EASY by Dorothy West is an unforgettable portrait of an unlovable antihero as she manipulates her way through 1940s Black Boston society. Check out what Rosa Kumar of IBR has to say about this Feminist Press novel.
BEYOND BOURBON STREET by Nikesha Elise Williams is a rich and engaging story about love, loss, and the search for marital bliss in the rebuilt ruins of New Orleans. Check out what Joseph Haeger has to say about this New Reads Publications novel.
HIGH COTTON by Kristie Robin Johnson is a collection of autobiographical essays about growing up black in America’s Deep South. Check out what IBR founder Joe Walters has to say about this Raised Voice Press book.
THE IN-BETWEENS by Davon Loeb is a lyrical memoir about family, growing up, and identity in America. Check out what Sean Alan Cleary of Independent Book Review has to say about this Everytime Press nonfiction book in “The Painful Tangibility of It All.”