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Tag Archives: literary fiction
Episode 35: Their Eyes Were Watching God
This book is exactly what you’d expect from a woman who declared herself “the Queen of the Niggerati.”
Episode 29: American Spy
As with all good spies, this book left us with more questions than answers.
Episode 28: My Sister, the Serial Killer
This book’s alternate title could have been “Men Ain’t Shit.”
BCL Chat: 20 Questions with Black Chick Lit
We never properly introduced ourselves to y’all. Well, we’re fixing that today.
Episode 21: Whiskey & Ribbons
Episode 16: Sing, Unburied, Sing
It took so much Kendrick Lamar to pump us back up after reading this book.
Episode 5: Bye, 2016
We spent most of this terrible year trying to escape reality through fiction. It only sort of worked. Join us for a look back on the books we read in 2016 and our goals for 2017.
BCL Book Club: Genre Fiction vs. Literary Fiction
In the first BLC Book Club, Elizabeth and Dani talk why it may be harder to find good black genre fiction compared to black literary fiction.