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African-American Literature Book Club
Various Resources for authors and readers
African-American Sisters in Spirit (ASIS) Book Club
(ASIS) Book Club is an organization that read books written by African-American authors.
Apooo Book Club
An online book club who enjoy reading and discussing books by and about African Americans. APOOO reviews books for all authors and any genres. They are all about creating buzzes and spreading the word about good books.
ASIS Book Club
President - Tasha Beckman
African-American Sisters in Spirit (ASiS) Book Club is an organization that read books written by African American authors.
"Sisters Exploring Life Chapter by Chapter"
Bourbon Street Book Club
We are a non-profit organization consisting of both men and women who have come together to promote African American Authors.
Conversations Book Club
Conversations Book Club was founded in November 2006 as a co-ed meet and greet for authors and readers to meet and discuss their love for the written word. Currently there are chapters in Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee and Louisiana. All meetings are free to attend. Whether you are a bestselling author or self-published author, we support you equally and respect your talent no matter what your status.
For more information, contact book club founder Cyrus A. Webb at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Distinct Ladies and Gentlemen Book Club
Book Club in Memphis, TN consisting of 12 ladies and 1 gentlemen. We support all African American authors.
Ebony Pages Book Club
Our group consists of women who have different backgrounds and lifestyles, but love to read.
Essence Book Club
Essence bookclub was founded in 1997 and is based in the Southern California area. Contact: Diana Glasgow email@example.com
Flavor Book Club
FLAVOR (Friends Loving All Varieties of Reading) is an all female African-American book club founded in 2009. We are located in Memphis, Tennessee. It's members consists of ten women who enjoy reading from all walks of life. We meet monthly to discuss the book of the month with our monthly moderator leading the literary discussion. firstname.lastname@example.org
Free Your Mind Book Club
New to the Scene
Reading Groups for African American Christian Women who Love God and Like to Read.
Go On Girl! Book Club
Largest African American book club with 13 chapters
KC Girlfriends Book Club
Literary Lovers Book Club ATL
Tamara Angela Grant
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R.A.W. SISTAZ (Reading and Writing SISTAZ)
Focuses on reading, writing, and discussing books primarily by African-American Authors.
Real Divas of Literature
Real Dives Read Alot
SistahFriend Book Club
An online book club for women that supports African-American writers in all generes.
Sisterhood Book Club
Sisterhood Bookclub is a weekly read club, all the books will be posted every Sunday. You as a member you can buy the book or get it from your local library. http://groups.yahoo.com/group/sisterhood_bookclub/
Sisters of Unity Book Club
Exchanging ideas to deal with some of the issues that we as African-American women face in our communities
Soulfully Speaking Book Club
African American Book Club
Sweet Soul Sisters Book Club
We are more than just a book club, we are a family and we treat each other with sisterly love and respect.
The Literary Book Club
Offering a relaxing and intellectual discussion of African-American Authors and Literature
The Sistah Circle Book Club
The Sistah Circle Book Club, Inc., is a non-profit organization which seeks to promote reading among African American women and their families.
Webb Book Club
Patricia Jones, President
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