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The story of a Black man's execution author Nadifa Mohamed couldn't shake
In her Booker Prize-shortlisted novel 'The Fortune Men,' Mohamed delved into the true story of a Somali immigrant framed for murder in 1950s Wales.
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Appreciation: Critic Greg Tate taught a generation how to listen to, love and write about Black music
Greg Tate, who has died at age 64, brought rigor, energy and a polymath intelligence to writing about hip-hop and much more.
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The Thomas Guide is back. Why seemingly obsolete map books will publish for 2022
Hate your traffic app? There's a reason that new editions of the beloved Thomas Guide are coming for L.A., Orange County and San Diego.
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HarperCollins drops Chris Cuomo's book 'Deep Denial' after CNN firing
HarperCollins' imprint Custom House has scrapped plans to publish TV personality Chris Cuomo's book 'Deep Denial' in the wake of his firing from CNN.
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How Bennington's literary brat pack spawned an addictive, L.A.-obsessed podcast
Lili Anolik's 'Once Upon a Time ... at Bennington College,' on the school days of Bret Easton Ellis, Donna Tartt and Jonathan Lethem, concludes this week.
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