By Dianca Potts 10 min read
The traditions and triumphs of Black women writers mustn't be forgotten. These books cover the rich history and promising future of the African diaspora.
By Dianca Potts 19 min read
We tend to find literary inspiration everywhere. Right now? We’re letting the cards of the major arcana guide our reading recommendations.
By Tom Blunt 4 min read
As the start of school is upon us, keep these education quotes in your back pocket to inspire both institutional learning - and life learning.
By Tom Blunt 6 min read
Here are 15 haunting observations from authors and social critics about mankind's irrational fear of the "other," a painful lesson we never seem to outgrow.
By Lisa Rosman 6 min read
Literature is at its best when it’s free from racial identification, leaving us free to examine the human condition. Let us explain.
By Tom Blunt 3 min read
On Black Poetry Day, excerpts from celebrated poets who've concocted ways to inspire, humble, amuse, and terrify us anew, with just a few well-chosen words.