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Lisa Ahima

"Lisa Ahima is a New Orleans-based, black writer and content creator. She works for a major literary agency, a black-owned bookstore, and judges fiction for a literary magazine. She especially loves lyric essays, fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction. She owns "The Black Joy Podcast," a visual podcast about breaking out of the idea behind a "black monolith," exploring in a digestible manner the different facets of black media representation while balancing academic sources, accessible language, and meme culture, which you can view here.

Books reviewed by Lisa Ahima

Craft (06/19/24)
Let Us Descend (10/18/23)
Happiness Falls (10/04/23)
The Lost Ticket (10/05/22)
Nobody's Magic (03/16/22)

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