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Jina DuVernay

Jina DuVernay is an Atlanta-based freelance writer focusing on Black literature and Black joy. Find her on social @goodbookingout.
Jina DuVernay 's Articles
Reads to enhance your enjoyment of every moment of the season—from mouthwatering food and drink to heartwarming stories and cherished traditions.
, November 3, 2023
Spine-tingling new reads include a short story anthology from Jordan Peele and frightfully clever works by Tananarive Due, Briana Cole and Vanessa Riley!
, October 27, 2023
Beautiful works with Caribbean roots offer us a literary escape and a window into rich cultures.
, October 20, 2023
At some time, somewhere, it’s likely that a work that touched your life by an author you respect was made off-limits to readers.
, September 29, 2023
Melania Luisa Marte’s viral poem ‘Afro-Latina’ gave us a taste of a rare talent. This new collection is a full meal. Enter for a chance to win a copy.
, September 15, 2023
Does that spellbinding narrator sound familiar? From Viola Davis to Robin Miles to Adjoa Andoh and Oprah Winfrey, these sister storytellers bring best-selling books to life!
, July 14, 2023
Have a hot girl summer in between the covers … of these books.
, June 28, 2023
Got sweet tea? These reads from Southern authors will enchant you.
, May 19, 2023
6 candid and moving memoirs by fascinating Black women help us work through our own joys, disappointments and desires.
, March 24, 2023
Whether you are single or boo’ed up, our February lit picks will touch your heart, move your soul and inspire you to ignite the love you deserve.
, February 17, 2023