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Roundtable: Street Literature

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Roundtable: Street Literature

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Black authors are enjoying increasing book sales and greater attention. In this rebroadcast of a special roundtable, Farai Chideya talks street literature with three writers: Dewitt Gilmore, who writes under the name Relentless Aaron and is author of Platinum Dolls; Malaika Adero, a senior editor for Atria Books at Simon and Schuster; and Nick Chiles, editor-in-chief of Odyssey Couleur travel magazine.