DJ reflects on how Black cultural retention is its own form of magic and how it can be used in our every day to shape and mold our futures.
We Black and Nerds
Porshèa called The Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks, Young Readers Edition a “well-rounded, powerfully written, and fast-paced biography.”
Porshèa reviews Ida B. the Queen, a book by a descendant of the famed journalist.
Porshèa reviews Amari and the Night Brothers, an exciting and refreshing new middle grade novel.
Porshèa reviews Root Magic by Eden Royce, a historical coming of age middle grade novel.
Latonya finds Stranger Comics’ Niobe Ayutami to be an inspiration in the way she embodies life and death.
Can a fandom thrive in spite of its disillusionment with the creator of the universe they hold dear? This is the question many a Potter fandom-adjacent organization, BGC included, has faced throughout the timeline of J.K. Rowling’s consistently irresponsible transphobic and imperialist social media ramblings and poorly executed recent works. If the way Anna Meriano’s […]
Your story wishes are granted in A Universe of Wishes. Porshèa reviews.
Porshea catches up to Alyssa Cole’s royal romances with her review of How to Catch a Queen.
Porshèa reviews ‘Malcolm and Me’ by Robin Farmer.
We’re partnering with Wizards in Space to bring you the first ever Black Girls Create Anthology!
When given the choice to play as your own race or a fantasy race, which would you choose? Janae’s answer may surprise you.