Ep. 83 What is “Black Enough” with Chris L. Terry

Today on The Stacks we welcome author of Black Card, Chris L. Terry. Chris shares how he balanced his book to pull from his personal experiences as a mixed kid in Richmond, VA, and still maintain a wholly fictional premise and characters. We also talk about the racist idea of being “Black enough”, and why Chris doesn’t believe in having a go-to book recommendation.


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