For the week of June 7
Roxane Gay
For those of you who were unable to join the live conversation with our book club authors, the videos of our conversations with Dantiel W. Moniz and Ka…
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Many years ago, I had a micropress called Tiny Hardcore Press. I published small but mighty books that could fit in your pocket or purse. There was a s…
Roxane Gay
For the Week of May 31st
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Emerging Writer Series
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For the week of May 24th
Roxane Gay
Libertie Discussion (5)Greenidge’s book makes use of a lot of letters between Libertie and her mother—epistolary narrative. What texts does this remind you of? What ot…
Megan Pillow
Libertie Discussion (4)Early in the novel, Libertie lay on her father’s grave and imagined the freedom he got from death. She thinks about what freedom means to her. A…
Kaitlyn Adams
Libertie Discussion (3)In her introduction to Color Matters: Skin Tone Bias and The Myth of a Post-Racial America, Kimberly Jade Norwood talks about how there is a “co…
Megan Pillow
Libertie Discussion (2)As Libertie’s mama and the women of their town plan for the hospital, Libertie thinks: How strange it was to sit around them, at their feet or i…
Kaitlyn Adams
Libertie Open ThreadLibertie is a novel about so many things—mothers and daughters, ambition, defiance, colorism, marriage, freedom, and home. What stood out to you…
Roxane Gay
For the week of May 17th
Roxane Gay