Best books by black authors 2016
15 New Books by Black Authors to Dive Into This SummerThis year was filled with thought-provoking, page-turning, nail-biting and "aha" inducing literature. From fiction to non-fiction, there were some undoubtedly moving books by black authors that deserves a spot on everyone's bookshelf or Kindle. The poignant words of Ta-Nehisi Coates, who won the National Book Award, are all too vital given today's racial climate, while producer extraordinaire Shonda Rhimes makes overcoming a personal obstacle as simple as saying "yes. Take a look at some of our favorites. US Edition U. News U. HuffPost Personal Video Horoscopes.
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In fact, reading diversely is how we, as readers, learn more about other worlds and lifestyles different from our own that we might not understand otherwise. Boy Novak, a young white girl traumatized by her home life, runs off on the day of her 20th birthday from New York to Flax Hill in an attempt to escape the clutches of her abusive father.
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A recent National Book Award in fiction for her second novel makes Jesmyn Ward the first woman to win the major honor twice. In Hunger, Roxane Gay, best known for her essays and cultural criticism, explores the formation of self in relation to trauma and the world around us. Mine is, simply, a true story. A haunting, lyrical read. This second full-length collection from Danez Smith, an acclaimed poetry-slam champion who has won virtually every award for young poets, explores blackness, masculinity and gender. This little book from a literary superstar slipped quietly into but is one of the most delightful reads of the year. Perfect for any young, as well as grown-up, girls you know.
This is a list of books written by black authors that have appeared on The New York Times Best Sellers list in any ranking or category. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Lynn Harris December 31, Until Today! Retrieved Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Languages Add links.
Summer is just around the corner—and with it comes some time for a restful vacation. Follow her on Twitter. This formidable, epic novel begins with two African sisters who experience life during the slave trade differently: One is taken as a wife by a white Englishman and remains in Ghana, while the other is sold into slavery to America. The novel follows the descendants of the sisters as they grow up on two different continents over the next years. Beautifully moving and haunting, this is a perfectly rewarding read to dig into during summer vacation. She is also the former poet laureate of the United States. Here, our hero is Dr.