It's been an important, albeit heartbreaking news week. We continue to learn from Black communities and stand together in solidarity against anti-Black racism. Here's a
list of books by Black writers on All Lit Up that we hope you check out.
Read on for more happenings on the blog this week.
~ Our ALU mixologist is back for the summer with a refreshing
cocktail and mocktail recipe to try this weekend with a side of new poetry: fall in love with Beloved Revolutionary Sweetheart by Beatriz Hausner (Book*hug Press) while sipping on a Morning Star.
Off/Kilter headed into the kitchen to bring you the tasty ingredients for FIVE books that'll make your quarantine a little more digestible.
"Pflug's Seeds and Other Stories is the equivalent of comfort food – a collection with a magic that will bring you hope in these difficult times. Like a good pot pie or a Sunday roast made with a surprising little twist of a new ingredient to elevate it, these stories will open you up to new worlds and possibilities.
- Seers and vagabonds
- Addicts and gardeners
- Dream-seeds that can grow new worlds
- Communities formed against apocalyptic backdrops"
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