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.
Stop. Being. So. Lazy.
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.