AALBCAfrican American Literature Book Club
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A search of the Internet yields more than 300 black book clubs and discussion groups of fluctuating longevity nationwide (Book Divas, Chat-n-Chew, Eye of Ra, Seven Sisters Sipping Tea, Twelve Black Women & One Brother), some business-oriented, like Troy Johnson's AALBC (African-American Literature Book Club), the Black Writer's Alliance and Black Expressions--each with its own roster of frequently read authors.
Since its inception in 1997, the AALBC has become one of the most heavily trafficked sites devoted to works by and about African-American authors.
The AALBC hopes to expose every online visitor to the richness that is African-American literature, by celebrating the greatness of our literary history, while promoting current and aspiring authors.