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Old School NYC Shapes An Anarchist

Old School NYC Shapes An Anarchist

“People sometimes inquire what form of government is most suitable for an artist to live under. To this question there is only one answer. The form of government that is most suitable to the artist is no government at all.” – Oscar Wilde i was born in Kings County NYC otherwise known as the Peoples […]

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A new chapter for Iranian literature, now in Hebrew

A new chapter for Iranian literature, now in Hebrew

Iranian-born Orly Noy is giving Israelis their first taste of contemporary Persian literature, introducing them to Iranian humor and hoping to demonstrate ‘how much we actually have in common.’

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SMU students bring African American literature off the page and onto the stage

SMU students bring African American literature off the page and onto the stage

Southern Methodist University’s graduate students perform African American Fiction: Interpretation of African American Literature through spoken word.

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William Luis Awarded Guggenheim Fellowship

William Luis Awarded Guggenheim Fellowship

Dr. William Luis, Gertrude Conaway Vanderbilt Professor of Spanish at Vanderbilt University, was recently awarded the 2012 Guggenheim Fellowship for European & Latin American Literature.

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phati’tude Celebrates ¿What’s in a Nombre? Cover Artist Goñi Montes

phati’tude Celebrates ¿What’s in a Nombre? Cover Artist Goñi Montes

Goñi Montes, an up-and-coming, cutting edge Borican graphic artist gives phati’tude Literary Magazine’s Latino issue a slamming cover that’s making waves in the literary world.

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Andrew Jackson Publishes Long-Awaited Groundbreaking Book on African American Librarians

Andrew Jackson Publishes Long-Awaited Groundbreaking Book on African American Librarians

Librarian Andrew P. Jackson (Sekou Molefi Baako) co-edits with fellow librarians, Julius C. Jefferson, Jr. and Akilah S. Nosakhere, The 21st Century Black Librarian in America, a tribute to the late Dr. E.J. Josey, activist and librarian.

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Author Carol Smallwood Promotes Latest Books

Author Carol Smallwood Promotes Latest Books

Author and Librarian Carol Smallwood has published a series of books in the past few years in quick succession. Find out more her books and check out her Check out a book review, Women Writing on Family: Tips on Writing, Teaching and Publishing.

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Tony Medina Publishes Latest Collection of Poetry: An Onion of Wars

Tony Medina Publishes Latest Collection of Poetry: An Onion of Wars

phati’tude contributor Tony Medina, a two-time winner of the Paterson Prize for Books for Young People for DeShawn Days (2001) and I and I, Bob Marley (2009), has published his seventh collection of poetry, Onions of War (Third World Press).

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The Más Tequila Review: Poetry for the Rest of Us!

The Más Tequila Review: Poetry for the Rest of Us!

Find out more about phati’tude contributor Richard Vargas, the publisher and editor of The Más Tequila Review (TMTR) an independently owned small press poetry review, and his quest to promote relatively unknown yet exceptional poets!

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Our Long Awaited Issue, ¿WHAT’S IN A NOMBRE?, Has Published

Our Long Awaited Issue, ¿WHAT’S IN A NOMBRE?, Has Published

We are pleased to announce the publication of ¿WHAT’S IN A NOMBRE? Writing Latin@ Identity in America. This 310-page issue, which was guest edited by Nancy Mercado, features a cavalcade of over 117 Latino poets, writers and artists from across the U.S. This groundbreaking issue is not only a great teaching tool, but is an excellent addition in anyone’s library collection.

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