Author N.A. Cash discusses her two books, MY NAME IS KARMA and MY NAME IS KARMA; JOURNEY TO THE FUTURE with interviewer Janell Brown.
The laurels for Duho Books continue to bloom, this time courtesy of Nassau daily The Tribune.
Reporter Jeffarah Gibson wrote an amazing profile of us, our authors, our books, and our mission. Check it out at the link below:
Thanks again, Nassau Guardian! We appreciate it!
Sheppard’s first novel with Duho Books took two of the top five slots (paperback and ebook) on Amazon’s list of Hot New Releases in Caribbean and Latin American Literature.
Congratulations, S.L. Sheppard!
…for spreading the good word about the Duho Books Spring Collection!
As Marin says:
Incredibly, though, many people are incredulous when they learn that there are Black Latinos, like Troy. Immediately, I name many Latinx folks who’ve enriched pop culture, like Laz Alonso (Stop the Yard; Jarhead); Gina Torres (Suits); and rapper Kid Cudi.
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The Duho Books Spring Collection is here! Featuring What You Won’t Do For Love, by Wendy Coakley-Thompson; The Left-Over Daughters, by S. L. Sheppard; and My Name Is Karma: Journey to the Truth, by N. A. Cash.
On January 3, The Blank Canvas welcomed Wendy into the studio. Wendy hung out with Amanda D. Coulson, Director of the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas (NAGB) and the host of the show on 96.9 FM Guardian Talk Radio, Nassau, Bahamas.
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