Black Session

Black Session

Black Session

Black Session



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From the Publisher

A nineteenth century African princess falls for a mysterious, pale skinned European who visits the palace only at night. A man in New York City trips on Congo. A precocious boy experiences a flash of illumination on Black while sightseeing on the Mall in Washington DC. Friends from New York City globetrek to trace the path of Black in its compelled historical journey around the world. A paean to the great Nigerian-British poet, novelist, essayist and playwright, Ben Okri. A woman in a ruptured marriage rediscovers herself after years of absolute devotion to her husband. A father writes his future daughter a letter on navigating life as a black woman.

The fresh prose and verse comprising this volume: Food for thought on Black, on self, on society, the known and the unknown, the seen and the unseen.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940185917114
Publisher: ReadThis Books LLC
Publication date: 12/24/2023
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 5 MB

About the Author

About the Authors

Susan Olupitan: German-born, Nigerian-raised author resident in New York City; she debuted with It Takes Water and is working on a new novel.

Teresa Graham: Based in her native New York City; she is an integral member of an esteemed international firm and debut author of “A New Job Opportunity” inspired by a nocturnal journey.

Goga Clay: Nascent filmmaker and multilingual minimalist storyteller; author of Destiny Betrayed Us and director of the short films The List and Employee of the Month.

Ségun Ògúntólá: New York City-based author of In Celebration of All that Burdens Us, and Bewitchment and editor of Another World Is Possible: Collected Writings of Omóyelé Sówore.
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