Max Rodriguez is founder and publisher of QBR: The Black Book Review; he also started the annual Harlem Book Fair. Rodriguez recently answered a few questions about his work and about trends in books by and for African Americans.
In Steam Me Up, Rawley, the first book in her “Mint Julep and Monocle Chronicles” series, Angela Quarles combines steampunk and romance to create an alternate Deep South. Here the author discusses the story’s unique setting, her choice to self-publish, and personal sf favorites. This title is a 2015 LJ Self-Published Ebook Award winner and currently available to […]
Agatha Christie was the queen of the traditional mystery, and every year Malice Domestic, a fan convention, honors those titles published in the previous calendar year that best typify the qualities of Dame Christie’s work (no explicit sex, excessive gore, or gratuitous violence, among other elements). The nominees for the 2015 Agatha Christie Awards reflect a wide range of authors, publishers, styles, and themes.