Monthly Archives: November 2014
The online community for black alternative culture had high praise for Into The Go-Slow. For example: Bridgett M. Davis’s latest novel Into the Go-Slow is a remarkable tale that powerfully addresses the challenges that arise while on the search for … Continue reading
Bridgett was interviewed by Ebony contributor Michael Gonzales, and topics included the new novel, her film Naked Acts, and much more! Read the full Q&A here.
Here’s the full quote from this site that’s devoted to gender justice in the media: Set in the mid-1980s, this novel defies genre. It’s a love story, it’s a mystery, it’s social commentary, it’s a coming-of-age story, it’s historical fiction … Continue reading