A trilogy of reckoning, of motherhood, of closure.
This is where readers of Paperback Paris can expect to find all of our content on African-American literature, both fiction and nonfiction.
The novels of Jessie Fauset, an overlooked writer of the Harlem Renaissance, deserve to be recognized for their continued relevance today.
When you funnel prejudice and drugs into poor communities, gangs spring up as a form of protection, and the unrelenting carceral state we live in spins on and on as a consequence. It's a tale as old as time, and we see what we want to see.