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Founder Troy Johnson in the AALBC.com office in Harlem
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 with content also aimed at African-American bookstores. 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.