Naima Coster Explores Questions of Race, Identity, and Belonging in Latest Novel, ‘What’s Mine and Yours’

In her latest novel, “What’s Mine and Yours,” Naima Coster joins writers like Britt Bennett, author of The Vanishing Half, in exploring questions of race, identity, and belonging.

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‘Bookish Broads’ is A History of the Female Experience in Literature

An interview with Lauren Marino on ‘Bookish Broads,’ an illustrated celebration of women writers.

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Shannon Sullivan and Others Advocate for ‘Philosophy in/of the South’ in Latest Collection of Essays

Thinking the US South is a compendium of ten thoroughly researched and referenced essays by U.S.-based professional academic philosophers writing from Southern perspectives in regard to the South.

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In ‘Animal Quintet,’ Colin Dayan Revisits the Animals of Her Childhood

A review of Colin Dayan’s new book, ‘Animal Quintet: A Southern Memoir.’

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Ada Limón on Resilience, Writing to Keep Going, and ‘Lucky Wreck’

An interview with Ada Limón, whose first book of poetry, ‘Lucky Wreck,’ is being republished in celebration of its 15th anniversary.

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