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Tamika Mallory’s Debut Book Will Be the First to Publish Under Charlamagne Tha God’s New Literary Imprint

Radio host and author Charlamagne Tha God has a new business venture and is once again pushing Black talent to the forefront. This week, Variety announced activist Tamika Mallory — a Time 100 honoree and co-founder of 2017’s Women’s March — plans to make her literary debut under Charlamagne Tha God’s Black Privilege Publishing — a new imprint from Atria Books at Simon & Schuster. Mallory’s book, “State of Emergency” — described as “a searing indictment of America’s historical, deadly, and continuing assault on Black lives” — will be the first literary work to be published from Charlamagne’s Black-led imprint. The news of Charlamagne’s publishing imprint comes after he announced himself as founder of the Black Effect Podcast Network — a joint venture with iHeart Media — as well as his forthcoming late-night show on Comedy Central.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by LENARD (@cthagod) According to Variety , the new imprint will “focus on opening new doors in the...

Nov 19, 2020