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Grievers: adrienne maree brown In Conversation With Tananarive Due

                  On Wednesday, September 29, 2021 at 5pm PST (8pm EST), join adrienne maree brown, in discussion with author and horror professor Tananarive Due about adrienne’s debut sci-fi thriller Grievers. This event is hosted by Reparations Club! “Grievers is a beautiful debut novella by adrienne maree brown, who […]

Author Talk: Grievers | adrienne maree brown In Conversation With Syreeta McFadden

On Wednesday, September 22 at 7pm ET, join Cafe Con Libros, Brooklyn and adrienne maree brown in conversation with Syreeta McFadden to discuss adrienne’s debut novella Grievers! Don’t forget to register here! A tale of what happens when we can no longer ignore what has been lost in this world. Grievers is the story of a city so plagued […]

Building Strength through Movement and Afrofuturism

Posted on February 8th, 2021 in AK Book Excerpts, Current Events

Over on her Instagram page, Ruby Smith Díaz suggested that her dialogue with Nora Samaran in Turn This World Inside Out would be a good read for Black History Month. She’s right! So we’ve excerpted it below. As Ruby puts it: the exchange is about “Blackness, Afro-futurism and reclaiming autonomy over our bodies through movement […]