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Chicago's Black Writers

North Central College professor Richard Guzman discusses the place of black writers in Chicago on WBEZ's "848" program, with particular focus on the recent anthology which he edited, Black Writing from Chicago: In the World, Not of It?. Guzman's chat with Vanessa Bush is quite an interesting listen.

July 6, 2006 in Books | Permalink

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