Kim Fields, a star in front of the camera and behind it for nearly five decades, and a truly beloved pop icon, has signed up to write her memoir – Continue Reading →
Jarvis Jenkins helped unveil the newest location of Barbershop Books Tuesday morning at the International Hair Studio in Harlem.
By Janelle Poe Autumnal Equinox heralds descending leaves and temperatures but the New York cultural scene continues heating up as events move indoors and school is back in session.
The 2016 Editions/Artists’ Books Fair (E/AB), New York’s premier showcase for contemporary publishers and dealers-will feature a roster of 40 innovative printmakers during New York Print Week (November 3-6) at Chelsea’s Waterfront Tunnel.
By Marc W. Polite On Saturday, September 3rd, Underground Books in collaboration with QBR (qbr.com) held the first annual Jackie Robinson Poetry Day at the Jackie Robinson Park in Harlem.
Come meet Greg Tate, one the more provocative and important critical voices today in contemporary Black music, art, literature, film, and politics.
America, 2016, unarmed citizens shot by police. Drinking water turned to poison. Mass incarcerations. We’ve heard the individual stories.
Today, Danny Tisdale talked to Harlem World Magazine’s book guru, senior book writer and new Editor-in-Chief Eartha Watts-Hicks about her work in Harlem, the Harlem Book Fair 2016, the Harlem Writers Guild and the book industry in Continue Reading →
The Cook Up: A Crack Rock Memoir tells the story of the smartest kid on his block in East Baltimore, D. was certain he would escape the life of drugs, decadence, Continue Reading →
W.E.B. Du Bois (1868-1963) is a towering figure of the Black freedom struggle and one of the great intellectuals of the 20th century.