Visible Lives: Three Stories in Tribute to E. Lynn Harris by Terrance Dean, James Earl Hardy, and Stanley Bennett Clay is an exceptional read. Each story is as engaging and entertaining as the next.
Williams is the first of his generation to measure the seductive power of hip-hop against its restrictive worldview, which ultimately leaves those who live it powerless. Losing My Cool portrays the allure and the danger of hip-hop culture like no book has before. Even more remarkably, Williams evokes the subtle salvation that literature offers and recounts with breathtaking clarity a burgeoning bond between father and son.
Beth Saddlebrook, wife of aging rapper Z. They have three beautiful boys and a seemingly endless supply of cash. But Beth spends her days trying to keep Z off drugs and fielding calls from women hollering she’s just a “small-town white bitch” and claiming to be carrying Z’s baby.
Street lit’s hottest stars bring you three sizzling women out to rule the game–and have it all–by any deadly means necessary. . .
Miki, Valencia, Teela Raye, and Brandi share one thing…they are all addicted to sex. United through Sexaholics Anonymous, these women try to recover from their dependence on wild, spontaneous, and even sometimes, dangerous sex. From whips and chains, to sex in public, they have done it all!
Author Supreme Understanding once again offers an incredible assortment of stories, commentaries, and anecdotes illustrating valuable life lessons and solutions to the problems encountered by urban communities.
t Is What It Is by Nikki Carter is a fun, hip read with tons of laugh-out-loud moments. Gia is a high-school sophomore who just wants to have fun. But her circle of friends and family is making it such a hard task.
The Reason Why, the long-awaited revelation of how Pamela and Chino became an urban contemporary Bonnie and Clyde.
. Alexandra Allen delivers an impressive collection of poetry and prose that embraces readers from all walks of life. She writes with a brilliant fearlessness about politics, hip-hop, loss of innocence, spirituality, and matters of the heart. This introspective piece is about celebrating who you are. It is about learning life lessons.
Tierra Thompson has a chip on her shoulder and an ax to grind. She was born in the hood, and at twenty-one she has grown tired of calling it home. After hustling and being hustled by the dealers around the way, the hard truth is setting in and Tierra has to decide if she is willing to sell her soul to escape the grittiness of the streets.