With over 30 chapters in 13 states, Go On Girl! Book Club is the largest national reading organization in the U.S. for black women. Founded in 1991, members meet face to face in their respective cities to discuss the club's monthly reading selection. Feedback on each book is shared with the authors and publishers. Each year GOG hosts an Author Awards event to honor established writers and provide writing awards and scholarships to new talent. Through the years literary luminaries such as Bebe Moore Campbell, Sam Greenlee, Pearl Cleage, Brandon Massey, Terry McMillan and J. California Cooper have come in person to accept their Go On Girl! Book Club Awards.  Learn more »

Book of the Month

Where Did Our Love Go

NOVEMBER 2014
Where Did Our Love Go by Gil Robertson IV


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Winning Authors: 2013

Leonard Pitts, Jr.

BEST AUTHOR:
Leonard Pitts, Jr.
Before I Forget


Ayana Mathis

BEST NEW AUTHOR:
Ayana Mathis
The Twelve Tribes of Hattie

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Annual Awards Weekend

May 29–May 31, 2015
Seattle, WA - REGISTER TODAY!

Seattle, WA
Registration begins July 1, 2014.


Past Awards Weekends

GOG Trivia

What book got the GOG Founders so excited in their office that it lead to the very first GOG meeting?No Easy Place to Be

Steven Corbin's No Easy Place to Be


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