Literature

Black Romance Novels that DON’T Have White Love Interests

Thank you all for watching! Please like, comment, share, & subscribe 🙂 BOOKS MENTIONED: – Open Water by Caleb Azumah Nelson https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/53414230-open-water?from_sear...

Author Experiences with Small Presses

Friday, March 12th, 2021 Author Experiences With Small Presses – Panel Discussion Small presses have long been a popular publishing choice for LGBTQ authors. This author panel, moderated by Ian ...

Black History Month | Half Wrapped [CC]

This video was filmed before the Meghan and Harry interview with Oprah. For more conversation on colorism, check out this video by For Harriet: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fvUo_v4stF0&t=3978s...

Interview With The Amazon Bestselling Author & YouTube Sensation Antoine Bandele (fantasy writer)

Today, we have an interview with the Amazon bestselling author and YouTube sensation, Antoine Bandele. Antoine has written many books in the fantasy genre, including Tales From Esowan, Sky Pirate Chro...

BreakBeat Poets Presents: Nate Marshall Vs Patricia Smith

Two dynamic BreakBeat poets go poem for poem on the themes that inspire them from Cortney Lamar Charleston’s Doppelgangbanger. ——————————...

Notable Black & African Americans in STEAM: Gwendolyn Brooks

Learn about African American poet Gwendolyn Brooks and get inspired to create your own poems using magnetic poetry tiles. Gale Literature Resource Center: http://bit.ly/PoetGBrooks Thank you for parti...

Publisher & Children’s Author Denene Millner | The Book Break | Season 5, Episode 4

Publisher & Children’s Author Denene Millner joins Melissa in this week’s episode of The Book Break. Denene talks about how it is imperative to share with children authentic stories a...

Black History Month: Meet the Author and Artist Showcase

In honor of Black History Month, St. Phillip’s College will host a Meet the Artist and Author Showcase featuring Claudette Hopkins (Artist) and Dr. O. Raye Adkins (Author). Claudette Hopkins has alway...

Octavia Tried to Tell Us XII: Parable for Today’s Pandemic

Afrofuturist writer Tananarive Due and womanist process theologian Monica A. Coleman lift up Octavia Butler’s “Parable of the Sower” to discuss themes of prophecy, dystopia, theology...

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