Black Voices Notebook - Nikki Giovanni

$ 20.00
SKU: JB-BV-GIOVANNI

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Black Voices that Inspire Us

In honor of Black History Month, this collection of journals celebrates Black authors who use their voices to inspire, engage, and empower. These authors, amongst countless others, have used their words to raise up the voices of the African American community. Their words remind us that we also hold the power to enact change through our writing and our stories.

This notebook is soft and light to carry anywhere - the perfect volume to write your own poetry. The journal is made in Italy and features a soft vegan leather cover in metallic bronze.

  • Flexible and light
  • 144 pages
  • Measures 6" x 8"
  • Acid free paper
  • RULED pages
  • Imported notebook is printed by hand in our Washington, DC workshop

Personalization Details

This leather journal looks great personalized with embossing. Add your name or inscription to make it uniquely yours.

  • Font: Goudy
  • Size: 18 pt - 36 pt
  • Color: White embossing
  • **If you prefer blind embossing or silver, let us know in the special instructions box when you checkout.**
  • Position: Lower right corner
  • Max: 2 Lines, up to 20 characters and spaces per line
  • Special requests: Add a note to your order, we'll do our best to accommodate you

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Nikki Giovanni

Nikki Giovanni is one of America’s foremost poets. Over the course of a long career, Giovanni has published numerous collections of poetry—from her first self-published volume Black Feeling Black Talk (1968) to New York Times best-seller Bicycles: Love Poems (2009)—several works of nonfiction and children’s literature, and multiple recordings, including the Emmy-award nominated The Nikki Giovanni Poetry Collection (2004). Her most recent publications include Make Me Rain: Poems and Prose (2020), Chasing Utopia: A Hybrid (2013) and, as editor, The 100 Best African American Poems (2010). A frequent lecturer and reader, Giovanni has taught at Rutgers University, Ohio State University, and Virginia Tech, where she is a University Distinguished Professor.