How one book influencer championing Black authors is changing publishing

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Milwaukee-based book influencer Cree Myles curates Penguin Random House’s All Ways Black Instagram account. Isaiah Joseph

Isaiah Joseph

Many years ago, Milwaukee-based book influencer Cree Myles first picked up Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye and found the validation she didn’t know she needed. The book affirmed many of her experiences moving through the world as a Black woman.

“I’m reading it and I was like, yes! And yes! And yes! And I was like, I’m not crazy,” she remembers. “That was a seminal moment

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