Bookish Gang assemble! Book Club is back and we are so excited! Join us this January as we read The Book of Jose by Fat Joe and Shaheem Reid, February we'll be reading Racial Innocence: Unmasking Latino and Anti-Black Bias and the Struggle for Equality by Tanya Katerí Hernández and in March we'll read Imposter Syndrome and Other Confessions by Patricia Park. Bookish Gang members receive an exclusive discount on our book club selections so be sure to enter BKISHGANG10 for ten percent off.
Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum–selling artist, entrepreneur, and philanthropist Fat Joe pulls back the curtain on his larger-than-life persona in this gritty, intimate memoir about growing up in the South Bronx and finding his voice through music.
“Profound and revelatory, Racial Innocence tackles head-on the insidious grip of white supremacy on our communities and how we all might free ourselves from its predation. Tanya Katerí Hernández is fearless and brilliant . . . What fire!”—Junot Díaz
The award-winning author of Re Jane makes her young adult debut in a funny, poignant, and powerful novel about a multicultural teen struggling to fit into her whitewashed school, her diverse Queens neighborhood, and even her own home as her family reels from the loss of her father.
A groundbreaking collection of poems addressing how every kind of love—self, brotherly, romantic, familial, cultural—is birthed, shaped, and complicated by the invisible forces of gender, capitalism, religion, migration, and so on.
The explosive, hotly-anticipated debut novel from the New York Times-bestselling author of Friday Black, about two top women gladiators fighting for their freedom within a depraved private prison system not so far-removed from America’s own.
She is the reason no one goes in the water. And she will make them pay. A chilling new novel for fans of Tiffany D. Jackson, Lamar Giles, and Ryan Douglass.
Praise for Vincent Tirado's Burn Down, Rise Up: