We’re about to take your reading log into the year 3018.
Searching for black romances on Amazon is a shitty experience, and I did the math to prove it.
Only 20 more years until we can drink.
There no better cure for the lows brought by a terrible election season than a weekend full of book nerds.
You would think a website titled Black Chick Lit would have been on top of this one.
I love books. Like, a lot. But to my embarrassment, I don’t get through many.
The New York Times is super excited about this new slavery book. Probably because it’s written by a white dude.
When do trigger warnings cross the line from accessibility tool to intellectual coddling?
I loved many of the shows I saw at this year’s Tonys, but theater has too many barriers for me to enjoy.
“Roots.” “12 Years a Slave.” “Underground.” Why are we so obsessed with watching black people play slaves?
Sorry, guys. Ceasing publication of a factually inaccurate history book does not violate the U.S. Constitution.
This year, I aim to read 48 books, with the majority of that number written by black women.
Travel back to a time of scrunchies and picture books as I honor some of my favorite fictional characters from ‘90s.
I got lost in Times Square. I spent too much money. I regret nothing.
It’s the night before Book Riot Live! Here’s a by-the-numbers look at my trip so far.