14 Must-Read Books by Iconic Black Authors
Pick up the novels that changed how we read, what we read, and who we read.
Before the If Beale Street Could Talk author became a symbol of today's Black Lives Matter movement, he was a high-priority target of FBI surveillance during the 1950s, '60s, and '70s.
Be on the lookout for these promising new and upcoming titles.
Dive into some Midge-approved reading about funny ladies, stand-up comedy, historical New York, and the general absurdity of everyday life.
New books by authors who thrill and chill.
Deeply affecting, classic, and accessible.
When you're in need of an undercover spy, who you gonna call? The owner of a vacuum cleaner store, of course.
We're giving away ten copies of The Glovemaker, by Ann Weisgarber.
Tensions reach unbearable heights in these dark explorations of the human psyche, the inescapability of our pasts, and more.
The Only Woman in the Room paints a fictionalized portrait of the Hollywood actress who was so much more than a pretty face.