It’s been a while since we’ve posted our bloomers round-up, . . . [t]his month we want to . . . extend our heartfelt congratulations to those among our rolls here at Bloom who’ve been recognized and/or have recently bloomed in new and exciting ways.
I wouldn’t have guessed that this book would be the breakthrough, that’s for sure. I thought Delicious Foods was the dark, ambitious, difficult, less compromised and strange second novel, a.k.a., the flop, the “cult favorite, ” if it gets that lucky.
by Sonya Chung
Depicting racial discrimination is just a way of starting a conversation about a power relationship or power food chain, really that is hardly exclusive to black Americans and white Americans… Almost everybody’s likely to be someone’s nigger.