Rotating between fiction and nonfiction, the goal is to enjoy and grow our knowledge of the writing accomplished by black, south Asian, native, latinx, and many other authors of color. Come listen, discuss, and learn how the words of those usually underrepresented in literature can fit within the world we live in today.

devlin-prince-writers-in-color-book-club-two-dollar-radio.jpgHosted by Devlin Prince: former bookseller, currently working in the public health field. He is an avid reader and especially likes reading outdoors. Enjoys not only talking about books, but also about movies, food, and traveling.

 

 

 


December 12, 2018, 7pm: This month's pick is 
Ghosts in the Schoolyard: Racism and School Closings on Chicago's South Side by Eve Ewing.

BOOK AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE ONLINE HERE, OR IN THE STORE.
“Mixing history, sociology, and even memoir, Ghosts in the Schoolyard is an important addition to any conversation about the future of public schools and those they were designed to serve." —Ta-Nehisi Coates
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PAST PICKS:

November 14, 2018: An American Marriage: A Novel by Tayari Jones
BOOK AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE ONLINE HERE, OR IN THE STORE.
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October 10, 2018Bad Indians: A Tribal Memoir by Deborah A. Miranda. 
BOOK AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE ONLINE HERE, OR IN THE STORE.
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September 12, 2018The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead. 
BOOK AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE ONLINE HERE, OR IN THE STORE.
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