New books by African American authors

New books by African American authors

OCTOBER 18, 2017

Few institutions seem more opposed than African American literature and J. Edgar Hoover’s white-bread Federal Bureau of Investigation. But behind the scenes the FBI’s hostility to black protest was energized by fear of and respect for black writing. Drawing on nearly 14, pages of newly released FBI files, F.B. Eyes exposes…

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American male Writers

American male Writers

OCTOBER 13, 2017

Vanity Fair contributing editor Elissa Schappell posted on Facebook Wednesday after novelist Amanda Filipacchi observed the trend: Women Writers take heed, you are being erased…
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Native American Authors

Native American Authors

OCTOBER 08, 2017

Louise Erdrich was born in 1954, in Little Falls, Minnesota and grew up in Wahpeton, North Dakota where her parents worked for the Bureau of Indian Affairs. She received an M.A…

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American Literature novels

American Literature novels

OCTOBER 03, 2017

Lyle H. Wright, a librarian at the Huntington Library in San Marino, CA, created a bibliography of American fiction from the years 1851–1875, published as American Fiction 1851–1875: A Contribution Toward a Bibliography (San Marino, CA: The Huntington Library, 1957; revised 1965). He listed a total of 2, 923 titles in adult…

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American Literature Books for high school

American Literature Books for high school

SEPTEMBER 28, 2017

The Library of Congress created an exhibit, Books that Shaped America,that explores books that have had a profound effect on American life. Below is a list of books from that exhibit that have been banned/challenged. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Mark Twain, 1884 The first ban of Mark Twain’s American classic in Concord…

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List of American writers

List of American writers

SEPTEMBER 23, 2017

Twitter is great. You can scan for breaking news or trending topics, fumble the keyboard in successive 140-keystrokes manoeuvres to share news and views and socialise with all the @-ing and DM-ing. Some (power-) users also specifically follow Twitter hashtags to keep abreast of conferences and be updated with updates from blog…

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Best Authors

Best Authors

SEPTEMBER 18, 2017

There are over 10, published and unpublished authors blogging to readers, writers and industry professionals. Despite huge loyal followings and a remarkable wealth of new content, many readers remain unaware of these blogs. The Author Blog Awards is brought to you by CompletelyNovel and aims to honour the best blogs by both…

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American Novelists 21ST Century

American Novelists 21ST Century

SEPTEMBER 13, 2017

Since 2, 21st Century novels have taken fiction in a new and exciting direction, though it has become much harder to weed out the good from the bad (and the ugly) in the digital age. Anyone, who is everyone, it seems, has a book for sale on Amazon, resulting in millions of choices. Good for consumers, but bad for literary snobs…

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Best American Books

Best American Books

SEPTEMBER 11, 2017

By David Handlin About a year ago I put an end to my indiscriminate reading habits. I resolved to read, at least for the time being, only American novels. But I quickly understood that, even within that limited scope, I could be almost as indiscriminate as before. Therefore, to give my reading purpose and focus, I decided to…

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Native American Authors list

Native American Authors list

SEPTEMBER 09, 2017

Karen Louise Erdrich, was born June 7, 1954, to Ralph and Rita Erdrich in Little Falls, Minn. Raised in Wahpeton, N.D., with her six younger siblings, Erdrich is of mixed racial ancestry. Her father is German American, and her mother is half-French and half-Ojibwe Indian. A graduate of Dartmouth College with a Master of Fine…

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