Once and Future Lovers-Repost

The BLLC Review is on hiatus in December, so we’re re-posting some of our most popular reviews this month, which includes Once & Future Lovers— a short story collection by Sheree L. Greer. As the titles suggests, love threads the stories together, but prominent themes such as family and maturation Read More …

Five Black Lesbian Books You Should be Reading for Pride Month-Repost

The BLLC Review is on hiatus in December, so we’re re-posting some of our most popular reviews this month. Here’s our post for Pride Month; get into these amazing Black lesbian writers! It’s Pride month, and there are lists upon lists of books LGBTQ folks should be reading circulating around Read More …

Once and Future Lovers

If you aren’t familiar with Sheree L. Greer, let me introduce you to her debut short story collection, Once and Future Lovers. As the titles suggests, love threads the stories together, but prominent themes such as family and maturation are also infused in the characters and their experiences. The collection Read More …

Five Black Lesbian Books You Should be Reading for Pride Month

Pride month is nearly over, and there are lists upon lists of books LGBTQ folks should be reading circulating around the internet. Interestingly, most of them don’t have many, if any, Black lesbian books included on them. A wonderful exception is this list by Danika Ellis, head librarian over at Read More …

A Return to Arms

I’ve always felt that a sign of a good read is one that elicits emotions in the reader. There were several times when I teetered between anger and delight as I read A Return to Arms. The character, Kanaan, brought up (past) anger because I’ve encountered men like him—particularly in Read More …