Every single person reading this needs to go home and read “The Underground Railroad.”
Just to clarify: We actually do like teenagers.
We wanna know what book made you the type of person who’ll listen to two strangers drink and talk books on the Internet.
Mollie loves everything about romance novels except the romance.
In the latest bonus episode, we talk whitewashed media and Blackface Becky’s new book (you know who we mean).
What is a “graphic novel”? We don’t come up with an actual answer, but we know it’s something bougie.
Join us for a messy, wine-inspired episode where we discuss the titles you said were required reading for all black women
Black girls in space with poppin’ melanin? We’re here for it.
This book of poetry inspired us to make 2017 blacker than ever. Read it.
New rule: You don’t know how to use a comma, we don’t read your book. It’s 2017. We’re not putting up with this shit no more.
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.
Zadie Smith: Bougie or just British? We touch on that and more as we discuss Smith’s latest novel, “Swing Time.”
We picked Kaitlyn Greenidge’s “We Love You, Charlie Freeman” thinking it would a fun absurd piece of literature. Instead, we got a tense, tragic story of a family torn apart by a monkey.
As you may have learned, we only barely ever know what we’re reading.
When we picked Jacqueline Woodson’s “Another Brooklyn,” we though we we’re getting a light summer read. Boy, were we wrong. This book is quick, but it’s chock full of substance.
We read Natalie Baszile’s “Queen Sugar” and had no idea what the f@#k was going on.