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Why it took Sister Souljah 22 years to write a followup to her groundbreaking novel
'Life After Death' revisits the story of Winter Santiaga, the hustler in her 1999 smash hit 'The Coldest Winter Ever.' Sister Souljah on what took so long.
Isabel Wilkerson, Jacob Soboroff, Akwaeke Emezi among L.A. Times Book Prize finalists
The awards recognize outstanding literary achievements in 12 categories, including the Ray Bradbury Prize for Science Fiction, with winners to be announced April 16.
What to expect in Viet Thanh Nguyen's sequel to his Pulitzer-Prize winning 'The Sympathizer'
The Man of Two Faces returns in Viet Thanh Nguyen's 'The Committed.' The author explains what's different.
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Review: From William Styron to 'American Dirt': When is it appropriate to culturally appropriate?
Poet and teacher Paisley Rekdal's 'Appropriate: A Provocation' looks at cases of literary appropriation in an attempt to figure out some guidelines.
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