Winston-Salem’s Triad Abolition Project and Durham’s Prison Books Collective teamed up to get books to people who are incarcerated for the holidays.
“I did a lot of book events before the pandemic and I got a little burnt out on them, but it’s great to do them again.”
“Before this, no one came and sat down with us and asked us who we were, where we came from, what happened.”
Horror author Grady Hendrix claims to be a terrible singer, but that won’t stop him from singing for fans during his shows.
A mixed-race couple in their 20s talks about what race means to them.
Decades after the integration of schools, James Shields talks about race in higher education.
Publishing a book is a bizarre process. Here’s what happens after.
Nishta J. Mehra talked about her upbringing, her family, and her book.
Author Naomi Raquel Enright talks about being mixed-race, multicultural and a mom.
Writers F. Douglas Brown and Anika Fajardo talk about their books and their experiences being mixed-race.