Negropedia: The Assimilated Negro's Crash Course on the Modern Black Experience (Paperback)
This title tackles race issues with humour, and provides social commentary on the black experience.
About the Author
PATRICE EVANS, aka The Assimilated Negro (TAN), is a contributing writer for Grantland.com. He has written about the intersection of race, class, and pop culture for "Time Out New York, " Gawker.com, "McSweeney's, " and CollegeHumor.com, as well as "What Was the Hipster?, " an essay collection published by the literary journal "n+1." In addition to writing for print and online, he also writes rhymes and stand-up bits for fun and profit. He lives in New York City.
“This definitely supplants that weird book my grandpa gave me from the ’30s as the best guide to black people I’ve ever read.”
—Christian Lander, author of Stuff White People Like and Whiter Shades of Pale
“I feel like I became closer to the Lord by reading this book.
This book is to black life what the basketball is to a game of basketball.
Read my quote. Be influenced. Buy this book.”
—Hannibal Buress, writer (30 Rock, Saturday Night Live) and comedian (My name is Hannibal.)
“Negropedia is a humorous collection of essays.” – Jason Parham, NewYorker.com
“A group of hilarious vignettes ” – Flavorwire.com