It is official. Olumide Popoola’s highly anticipated book When We Speak of Nothing is here.
We at The Rustin Times are always excited about literature by Africans that shed light on the complexities of queerness and the reality that we live in. The book also explores the intersectionality of being queer and black and how it affects identity and acceptance.
Expect a solid review from us soon but make sure you pick up your copy at your local bookstore.
You will be glad you did.
For more information, visit her website here