This Afrofuturistic novel by the Queen of Black Science Fiction continues the story of Anyanwu, a shape-shifting healer who is abducted and taken to the New World. How does she escape Doro and others with supernatural abilities trying to control her? Read and find out!
|The Joy Luck Club|
The Joy Luck Club presents the complexities of immigrant mother-American born daughter relationships through the voices of 8 women. Each woman shares her story about how she came to find her voice while the mother/daughter relationship is simultaneously diluted in translation.
|My Beloved World|
Who doesn't like reading a projects to prominence story? Had I read this in high school I would have had a better understanding of what I could expect in college, years later as a woman of color. Latinos might find this particularly noteworthy, but everyone should know how we came to have our first Latino Supreme Court Justice.
|Marbles: Mania, Depression, Michelangelo and Me|
This is the second graphic novel I've read and I thoroughly enjoyed it. It was suggested to me by a friend, "it's about a woman who takes you on her journey through a mental disorder." Who doesn't want to read about that? Usually, I wouldn't want to. But bipolarity in a graphic novel? Sure.