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.
POEMS IN CORONA by Jay Green is a razor-sharp collection of satirical poetry that exposes the U.S.’s dual virus. Check out what Madeline Barbush of IBR has to say in her review of this indie author book of poems.
SURVIVOR’S GUILT: Essays on Race and American Identity by Artress Bethany White is a book full of heart, angst, confusion, and – above all – love. Check out what Samantha Hui has to say about this New Rivers Press nonfiction book.
TRAINING SCHOOL FOR NEGRO GIRLS by Camille Acker is a stunning short story collection that puts Black women on center stage and glues its audience to their seats. Check out what Joe Walters of IBR has to say about this Feminist Press title.
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.
I LOVE MYSELF WHEN I AM LAUGHING…AND THEN AGAIN WHEN I AM LOOKING MEAN AND IMPRESSIVE is a celebration of the life and work of the undervalued Zora Neale Hurston. Check out what Joe Walters has to say in this IBR book review of this Feminist Press title.
THE NAMES OF ALL THE FLOWERS by Melissa Valentine is a personal memoir from the sister of a brother who was killed in the streets of Oakland, CA. Check out what Independent Book Review’s Jaylynn Korrell has to say about this Feminist Press title.