Hello Friends! Thank you for the immense support this holiday season! Orders are still shipping through the New Year. Please be be patient with USPS, goods I've shipped may still be showing as "pending shipment". Given all goods are handmade please be mindful that it only myself & micro team working at fulfillment. I want you to have rayo & honey goods in your hands & am doing everything humanly possible make that happen! If you are looking for goods that will ship immediately check out my five totes that were featured on Oprah's Favorite Things List for 2020! Totes are fulfilled by Amazon and will get to you swiftly! All of the notes of encouragement & congratulations on for this wild year I have experienced with rayo & honey have been incredible. I can't wait to share all the new goodness I have in store for 2021! With gratitude, Roächele

Bad Ass Black Women of Literature / Dianca London Potts

What started as a tweet from Dianca London Potts about wanting a tote bag with a vintage image of Toni Morrison smoking a cigarette like the now infamous Joan Didion tote created by Literary Hub, has become one my favorite collaborations.

While representation at all levels of publishing is a monster that is beginning to be rectified, I’ve found that outside of books there is little agency when it comes to visually seeing Black Women writers on goods. With “BAD ASS BLACK WOMEN OF LITERATURE” it’s my desire to celebrate the ‘Truth Tellers’ of the past.

Diana London Potts is a Brooklyn based writer from the suburbs of Pennsylvania. Her debut memoir Planning for the Apocalypse: Meditations on Faith and Being the Only Black Girl at Your Party is forthcoming from 37 Ink Books. You can follow her musings on Twitter via @diancalondon