Inside Black Book Clubs

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Continuing our series on the black literary imagination, we explore the growth of African-American book clubs.

Our roundtable guests include Betty Baye, a columnist for the Courier-Journal in Louisville and founder of the book club, "The Zoras"; Nakea Murray, founder of "As The Page Turns" book club and president of The Literary Consultant Group; and 'Anna J', an author and member of "As The Page Turns."



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