Roaring Back into the ’20s

Avery Cunningham’s debut novel explores the vibrant history of the Black elite.

Baseball’s Silent Genocide

Former Negro League Baseball player examines the history of baseball and its impact on Bla

Crazy, Stupid, Interdimensional Love

Graphic novel illustrator Liana Kangas talks Mariko Between Worlds before book-signing.

Michael Kiggins’ And the Train Kept Moving

The author’s debut novel, set in Memphis, explores OCD, addiction, and even revenge.

Fresh out of the Oven

Local baker and TikToker Chloe Sexton of BluffCakes has a new cookbook.

Herenton’s Memoir Out Soon

The former mayor intends to bring out a published account of his life and times in April.

Star Power at Burke’s Books

Joel Coen and Frances McDormand pay a visit to a local treasure.

Marina Bokelman and David Evans’ Going Up the Country

Two souls guide readers through the landscape of ’60s blues and gospel music in this book.

Jamie Harmon’s “Memphis Quarantine”

The book captures Memphis betwixt and between our quarantine bubbles.