‘All The Songs We Sing’ Is an Important Ensemble of Voices

‘All The Songs We Sing,’ an anthology of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, celebrates artists of the Carolina African American Writers’ Collective and the importance of diversity within American literature.

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‘A Silent Fury’ Is an Act of Witness

Yuri Herrera’s recent book ‘A Silent Fury: The El Bordo Mine Fire’ contains a murder mystery, a historical reconstruction, an ekphrasis, an homage, and above all an act of witness.

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Molly McCully Brown On Joy, Desire, Connection, and The Body As Place

Molly McCully Brown On Joy, Desire, Connection, and The Body As Place in ‘Places I’ve Taken My Body’

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Jenn Shapland on ‘My Autobiography of Carson McCullers’ and Uncovering Queer Identities

An interview with Jenn Shapland on her memoir ‘My Autobiography of Carson McCullers.’

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‘Acadian Driftwood’: A True Story of Loss and Survival Spanning Generations

Tyler LeBlanc’s ‘Acadian Driftwood’: A True Story of Loss and Survival Spanning Generations

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‘Alabama Noir’ Celebrates the Cotton State’s Literary History

An interview with Don Noble, editor of the latest noir collection from Akashic Books.

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