Daniel Black's first foray into nonfiction is as engaging and moving as his many novels. JD Jackson expertly narrates these thoughtful, tightly crafted essays. Black offers insight into the Black church, the history and future of HBCUs, Black and queer representation in pop culture, the concept of the closet, activism, and so much more. Jackson's delivery is clear and assured--he has the tone of a university professor (which Black is) who is ready to share his accumulated wisdom with warmth, humor, and refreshing directness. This is a relatively quick listen, but Black's essays are far ranging and impactful. This is a must-listen audiobook from a scholar and writer whose work has been shaping conversations about Black history and contemporary Black life in America for decades. L.S. © AudioFile 2023, Portland, Maine [Published: APRIL 2023]
Trade Ed. Harlequin Audio 2023
DD ISBN 9781488218330 $27.99
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