|Slogan||Celebrating Our Literary Legacy|
|Created by||Troy D Johnson|
|Launched||March 2, 1998|
|303,323 (as of March 2012[update])|
AALBC.com, the African American Literature Book Club, is a web site dedicated to books and film by and about African-Americans and people of African descent. AALBC.com publishes book and film reviews, author profiles, resources for writers and related articles. Launched in 1998, AALBC was founded by Troy Johnson. It targets primarily a middle-aged African-American female demographic. It previously sold books through the Amazon.com affiliate program, and then started to operate its own warehousing and distribution program.
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- "Love letters in the 'Mail' slot; Rudolph gets reindeer revenge", USA Today, December 23, 1998.
- "WEB SITES", Miami Herald, March 28, 1999.
- "On-Line Book Clubs: Everything but Food", New York Times, March 18, 1999.
- "Buyers Aware: Inside the Black Book Market", Publishers Weekly, December 7, 2007.
- "Selling Urban Fiction", Publishers Weekly, January 23, 2006.
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