Andy Zee Talks Revolution On Harlem World Radio

andy ve at revolution books in harlemGrab your tea, sit down and listen to Andy Zee. Andy Zee was a Village Voice photographer who has transitioned into the spokesperson for Revolution Books. Continue Reading →

Re-open Revolution Books Campaign in Harlem

indiegogo at revolution booksDonate the $30,000 needed immediately to open the new REVOLUTION BOOKS in Harlem in September.

Welcome to the campaign to Save and Re-open Revolution Books. Some of you know Revolution Books, some of you are just discovering RB.  Continue Reading →

HW Pick: ‘The Sell’ By Fredrik Eklund

Fredrik-Eklund1Ten years ago, Fredrik Eklund moved to New York City from his native Sweden with nothing but a pair of worn-out sneakers and a dream: to make it big in the city that never sleeps. Continue Reading →

Maya Angelou: The Complete Poetry By Maya Angelou

Maya Angelou The Complete PoetryThroughout her illustrious career in letters, once Harlem resident Maya Angelou gifted, healed, and inspired the world with her words. Now the beauty and spirit of those words live on in this new and complete collection of poetry The Complete Poetry Hardcover Deckle Edge that reflects and honors the writer’s remarkable life. Continue Reading →

HW Pick: I’ll Never Write My Memoirs By Grace Jones

grace jones new bookLegendary influential performer Grace Jones offers a revealing account of her spectacular career and turbulent life, charting the development of a persona that has made her one of the world’s most recognizable artists. Continue Reading →

A New Bookstore Opens In Harlem (update)

revoltuion booksHarlem has always been a hub for “alternative” politics from Marcus GraceyCanada Lee to Liberation Books and more, so its no surprise that a bookstore that call itself “the center of a movement for revolution,” has swapped its Chelsea digs for Lenox Avenue because of escalating rent. Continue Reading →

HW Pick: Where Everybody Looks Like Me By Ron Stodghill

A richly reported account of the forces threatening America's historic black colleges and universitiA richly reported account of the forces threatening America’s historic black colleges and universities—and how diverse leaders nationwide are struggling to keep these institutions and black culture alive for future generations. Continue Reading →