We should always commemorate the products of Black authors. Black people in literature are often a bygone within the realm of publishing, though they've shaped the culture immensely. This is an ever-expanding curation of Black authors and their magic. 


More Than Enough by Elaine Welteroth

Redefining Realness by Janet Mock

Becoming by Michelle Obama

I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou 

A Promised Land Barack Obama

No Longer Lost by Dr. Latarsha Holden

Hunger by Roxane Gay

The Meaning of Mariah by Mariah Carey

Go Tell it on the Mountain by James Baldwin

The Last Black Unicorn by Tiffany Haddish

We're Going to Need More Wine by Gabrielle Union 


All Boys Aren't Blue by George M. Johnson

Your Voice: Part One Poem Book by Jennifer Aftene

you're so patient with me by Ivan Nuru

Boy in Jeopardy by Ryan Douglass

A Relentless Deacde by Chantal Jennings

Modern Herstory by Blair Imani

Murphy Wears a Mask (Covid- 19) by Sherrel Campbell

Boys Will Be Boys by John Clinton and Justina Predelus

When The Pandemic Ends by Lesha Mason

Hair Love by Matthew A. Cherry

Diary Of A Lazy Teen by Raymond Pender

Unique – Not Weird by Regina A. Johnson

Malik And The Magic Bowtie by Ray Young Jr.

Beloved by Toni Morrison

Secret of the Meadows by Kateri McKnight

Freshwater by Akwaeke Emezi


Courage to Love by Ruth Mwongeli David

Salvage the Bones by Jesmyn Ward

It's Not All Downhill From Here by Terry McMillan

Such a Fun Age by Kiley Reid

Red at the Bone by Jacqueline Woodson