Michael Eric Dyson's Jay Z: Made in America hits the New York Times bestseller list
NPR names Damon Young's What Doesn't Kill You Makes You Blacker a favorite for 2019
Maureen Corrigan picks Emily Bernard's Black is the Body as one of her "10 Unputdownable Reads" for 2019
Ian Lendler's Dinosaur is a Kirkus Best Middle-Grade Nonfiction of 2019
Brittney Cooper's Eloquent Rage is optioned by Gabrielle Union's production company, I’ll Have Another
Marc Favreau's Spies: The Secret Showdown Between America and Russia is a Publisher's Weekly Best of 2019 pick
Imani Perry wins the 2019 Hurston Wright Legacy Award for Nonfiction
Kelly Lytle Hernandez receives MacArthur Fellowship
Brittney Cooper's Eloquent Rage is named first for Hurston Wright Legacy Award
Imani Perry's Looking for Lorraine wins 2019 Lambda Literary Award for LGBTQ nonfiction
A Starred Kirkus for Imani Perry's Breathe
Tanisha Ford's Dressed in Dreams an Essence 10 Best Summer Reads selection
Salamishah Tillet Opinion piece for the New York Times
Starred Booklist review for Imani Perry's Breathe
Imani Perry's Looking for Lorraine wins the Shilts-Grahn award for non-fiction
A starred Booklist and glowing Kirkus Review for Tanisha Ford's Dressed in Dreams: A Black Girl's Love Letter to the Power of Fashion
Salamishah Tillet in the New York Times
Why the Highlander Attack Matters
The arson attack on the Highlander Center, a longtime leader in racial and social-justice work, is not merely a hate crime—it’s an act of war.
Nipsey Hussle Loved His Blackness
His story is so compelling because love was at the core of his beliefs and behavior.
Grimoire Noir Kirkus Review
In a magical town, a teen boy seeks his missing sister. Bucolic Blackwell is unlike most other sleepy burgs: Here, girls are the sole possessors of magick, but enchanted boundaries keep them constrained within its limits. When Bucky, a reedy boy sporting a trench coat and fedora, learns his young sister, Heidi, is missing, he is immediately on the case.