Porshea reviews Sarah Dass’ debut novel ‘Where the Rhythm Takes You.’
#OwnVoices authors have long advocated for BIPOC taking on the tropes that the book community has explored again and again with majority white characters. One trope that I’m finding enjoyable […]
Porshèa reviews ‘Malcolm and Me’ by Robin Farmer.
On the latest The Plot Thickens, Porshèa reviews Daughters of Jubilation, which follows a Black teen in the Jim Crow south whose familial powers begin to cause her trouble.
Enter a magical new world with Maya and the Rising Dark. Porshèa’s review.
Porshèa takes a look at Punching The Air, a novel in verse by Ibi Zoboi and Yusekf Salaam of the Exonerated Five.
Porshèa thoughts on new YA book Legendborn.
Porshèa reviews Charming as a Verb.
Porshèa reviews Brandy Colbert’s The Only Black Girls In Town.
Porshèa reviews A Phoenix First Must Burn, edited by Patrice Caldwell.
Read Porshèa’s review of Daughters of Nri.
Amani recaps the final episode of Game of Thrones, “The Iron Throne.”