Crossfire collects Staceyann Chin's empowering, feminist-LGBTQ-Caribbean, activist-driven poetry for the first time in a single book. According to The New York Times, Chin is "sassy, rageful and sometimes softly self-mocking." The Advocate says that her poems "combine hilarious one-liners with a refusal to conform" and note "Chin is out to confront more than just the straight world."
Robert Glasper releases his first set of original music under his own name since his 2016 album ArtScience. Along with being a part of several supergroups, he has played a role in some of the most important releases of this century.