The world is not black, but it’s not necessarily all bad, according to Black authors.
In this special BBC News episode, writer and presenter Janae Scott joins us to discuss how to find Black authors who have captivated readers across genres.
You can read more from this episode here: What is Fiction Brewing?
How to find a Black author?
What are the characteristics of a Black writer?
Can I get my hands on a Black book author?
What are some of the reasons Black authors are the best?
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