Issue 9

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Issue #9

On the Verge
Mosaic features three new novelists who have written poignant books dealing with race and sexuality.
Bernice McFadden Sugar by Pat Neblett
Myrlin Hermes Careful What You Wish For by Pat Neblett
Bil Wright Sunday You Learn How To Box by Nikki Terry

Long Live the King: Books on Muhammad Ali
by Ron Kavanaugh

Sugar, Careful What You Wish For, and Sunday You Learn How To Box

Julia de Burgos by Tracy Grant

Caribbean Women Writers by Marcia Douglas

Haiku by Lisette Norman
Black Woman by Jamila Harris
The Breakup: Chapter two by Jacqueline Jones LaMon

Kooraju by Pat Harewood

Rone Shavers on the novel Tuff by Paul Beatty.

All About Love: New Visions by bell hooks
The Black Rose: The Magnificent Story of Madam C.J. Walker, America’s First Black Female Millionaire by Tananarive Due
Bruised Hibiscus by Elizabeth Nunez
Driving While Black: What To Do If You Are A Victim of Racial Profiling by Kenneth Meeks
Father Found by R.M. Johnson
One Dead Preacher by Tony Lindsay
Soldier: A Poet’s Childhood by June Jordan
Whatever Happened To Daddy’s Little Girl: The Impact of Fatherlessness On Black Women by Jonetta Rose Barras
White Teeth by Zadie Smith
eBooks: by Maxine Thompson

cover by Francks Francois Décéus

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