List of Independent Websites Dedicated to Authors of African Descent

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Our database contains information on independent booksellers whose focus is on books written by people of African descent. Websites with an Alexa rank are linked to a page containing detailed information about the site. The sites below are sorted alphabetically. Please submit additional websites for consideration for inclusion on this list in the comments section below. Read why these sites matter.

Our mission is to help promote and uplift independent websites created by, and for, people of African descent., also researches and reports on, the Top Black Owned Websites, Black Owned Bookstores, Black Owned Magazines, Black Owned Newspapers in the United States.

A Total of 54 Book Websites Were Found

  1. A Cultural Exchange
  3. AAMBC
  4. Afri-Ware
  5. Africa Access
  6. Africa Book Club
  7. African Books Collective
  8. African Bookstore
  9. All African Books
  10. Ashay by the Bay
  11. Becoming Gods Answer Bookstore
  12. Black Art Plus
  13. Black Book News
  14. Black Books and Reviews
  15. Black Rose Books
  16. Black World Books
  17. Brown Sugar & Spice Books
  18. C&B Books Distribution
  19. Color Book Gallery
  20. Cush City
  21. Dare Books
  22. Eso Won Bookstore
  23. EyeSeeMe
  24. Frugal Bookstore
  25. Go On Girl!
  26. Harambee Books and Artworks
  27. Hip Hop Book Club
  28. Hue-Man Books
  29. Kizzy’s Books & More
  30. Knowledge Bookstore
  31. Kweli Club
  32. Lushena Books
  33. MahoganyBooks
  34. Marcus Books
  35. Medu Bookstore, Greenbriar Mall
  36. Mocha Books
  37. Mosaic Magazine
  38. Neworld Review
  39. Nubian Knowledge
  40. Pyramid Books
  41. QBR The Black Book Review
  42. Riches In Reading
  43. Sankofa Video Books & Cafe
  44. The Brain Lair
  45. The Brown Bookshelf
  46. The National Black Book Festival
  47. The Page-Turner Network
  48. The Truth Bookstore
  49. Thumpers Corner
  50. Tutu's Storybooks
  51. Underground Books
  52. United Black Books
  53. Urban Reviews
  54. Written Magazine

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