Tag: book discussion

Two pictures side-by-side: the book cover to "What Storm, What Thunder" by Myriam J.A. Chancy and Chancy herself. The book cover has quotes "Sublime" from Edwidge Danticat and "Stunning" from Margaret Atwood, as well as, "Aspen Words Literary Prize Finalist." Chancy is a Black Hatian-Canadian-American who wears a printed white shirt, black sweater, and hair in a ponytail.
Our Maryland Center for the Book Program Assistant delves into our 2024 Selection!
March 12, 2024
Image that says "2024 One Maryland One Book Top 10" with images of the covers of the following books: “Friday Black,” stories by Nana Kwame Adeji-Brenyah; “What Storm, What Thunder” by Myriam J.A. Chancy; “Behind You is The Sea,” a novel by Susan Muaddi Darraj; “’The Office of Historical Corrections,” a novella and stories by Danielle Evans; “How Far the Light Reaches: A Life in Ten Sea Creatures” by Sabrina Imbler; “How Beautiful We Were,” a novel by Imbolo Mbue; “How High We Go In the Dark,” a novel by Sequoia Nagamatsu; “Noor” by Nnedi Okorafor; “The World Doesn't Require You,” stories by Rion Amilcar Scott; and “The Immortal King Rao,” a novel by Vauhini Vara. For all the books here designated with a genre or type, the cover includes that genre.
We announce our top ten contenders for One Maryland One Book 2024! This year's theme is "Restorative Futures."
January 16, 2024