'The Cocaine Chronicles': Giving the Drug its Due Karen Grigsby Bates reviews The Cocaine Chronicles, an anthology of short stories about the impact of cocaine on America. She speaks with the book's editors, Jervey Tervalon and Gary Phillips, about creating a book that gives the illicit, addictive drug its literary due.
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'The Cocaine Chronicles': Giving the Drug its Due

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'The Cocaine Chronicles': Giving the Drug its Due

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Karen Grigsby Bates reviews The Cocaine Chronicles, an anthology of short stories about the impact of cocaine on America. She speaks with the book's editors, Jervey Tervalon and Gary Phillips, about creating a book that gives the illicit, addictive drug its literary due.