Following the success of her debut novel A Death in Harlem, Holloway’s follow up mystery was named by BuzzFeed one of their “27 Spring Books To Get Very Excited About.” Calling it “equal parts transportative historical fiction, unputdownable mystery, and damning examination of anti-Blackness in the US,” Arianna Rebolini promises that the novel is “full of rich and resilient characters you’ll fall in love with.”
- Let’s celebrate National Poetry Month!
- “The Novel in the Age of Contemporaneity” by Mathias Nilges
- BuzzFeed Books names Karla FC Holloway’s “Gone Missing in Harlem” one of “27 Spring Books To Get Very Excited About”
- NY Times names “Little Armageddon” by Greg Fraser “New & Noteworthy”
- Nikky Finney’s “Love Child’s Hotbed of Occasional Poetry: Poems & Artifacts” an LA Times Book Prize finalist!