Harlem Book Fair’s Max Rodriquez On The Children’s Book Council Panel

A little less conversation, a little more action was the resounding message that arose during a November 12, 2014, Children’s Book Council panel discussion on marketing diverse children’s books. Continue Reading →

Max Rodriguez, Founder Of The Harlem Book Fair

Max rodriquez2By Eartha Watts-Hicks 

QBR is our country’s first national book review dedicated to books about the African experience. QBR also produces the Harlem Book Fair, the largest African-American book fair in the United States. Continue Reading →

An interview with Max Rodriguez

By Janee Nesbitt

Max Rodriguez is the founder and publisher of QBR The Black Book Review, a national literature review that focuses on authors in the African Diaspora. He is the founder and director of Harlem Book Fair (HBF), the nation’s largest African-American book festival and publisher of HBF publishing, who collaborates with Author Solutions, Inc., to target African-American and Latino readers and writers. With the up and coming Harlem Book Fair on July 17th, I sat down and interviewed Mr. Rodriguez on hot humid day in Harlem. Continue Reading →