Fiction, nonfiction and poetry by BIPOC authors to add to your reading list.
Tanya Talaga, the author of Seven Fallen Feathers, calls attention to an urgent global humanitarian crisis among Indigenous Peoples — youth suicide.
Bestselling author Lawrence Hill offers an examination of the scientific and social history of blood, and the way that it unites and divides us today.
A heady, powerfully emotional novel that is part family saga, part love story, and part mystery.
Diversity and inclusion specialist Dashtgard addresses the impacts of exile, immigration, and racism through an account of her life and work.
A memorable novel about the beautiful, twisted existence of life in the modern city, told from the perspective of a taxi driver.
The first Arabic-language winner of the Man Booker International Prize and a vivid and elegant tale of a family and a nation across decades.
Genre-blending stories of transformation and belonging that centre women of colour and explore queerness, family, and community.
A moving tribute to an older brother that traverses the thresholds of memoir, fiction, and fantasy and reimagines what could have been.
Rawi Hage's second novel combines an uncompromising vision of humanity with razor-sharp portraits of society's outsiders.
The second collection from Canadian poet and filmmaker Shane Book.
This specially designed and bound hardcover First Edition of Shane Book's poetry collection Congotronic is limited to 50 copies.
A-List edition of Rawi Hage's classic novel De Niro's Game, with a new introduction by Colm Toibin.