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In her debut novel, Homebodies, Tembe Denton-Hursta staff writer at New York Magazines The Strategist who covers beauty and booksexplores the way a layoff can either spell death or rebirth.
In her first book, Hot Comb, Denver-based cartoonist and ethnographer Ebony Flowers blends fiction and creative nonfiction into a graphic novel about Black women and their hair.
Hannah Whitaker speaks with Naomi Elias on the occasion of her new photobook Ursula, out in 2021 from Image Text Ithaca Press.
Frazier is not interested in dispassionately bearing witness. She set out to record a community taking responsibility for itself after the government charged with doing so failed them.
These photographs of a 1980s roller disco are a lesson in how to capture abandon. The photographs from this one ordinary and exemplary night in the winter of 1980 at a rink in Crown Heights are a time capsule of a community in communion.