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July 1, 2015  

Bookrageous Episode 80; Citizen

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What We’re Reading


[1:00] Pym, Mat Johnson

[2:05] The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket, Edgar Allan Poe (a real book!)

[2:25] Shadow Tag, Louise Erdrich

[3:15] Infinity Gauntlet #1, Dustin Weaver


[5:58] A History of Glitter and Blood, Hannah Moskowitz

[8:13] The Scorpion Rules, Erin Bow

[11:15] Nightwing, Chuck Dixon and Scott McDaniel


[12:48] Every Kiss a War, Leesa Cross-Smith

[13:30] Rahawa’s Short Story of the Day on Twitter

[14:00] The Only Ones, Carola Dibbell

[15:30] Material, Ales Kot, Will Tempest


Intermission; Dead End Alley - Bill Elm and Woody Jackson


Citizen by Claudia Rankine

[23:10] 6 ways white supremacy takes its toll on Black people’s mental health, Salon, Terrell Jermaine Starr

[38:05] Is Serena Williams the Most Dominant American Athlete Today?, Bleacher Report, Merlisa Lawrence Corbett

[40:00] ‘Hunger Games’ and Hollywood’s racial casting issue, CNN, Stephanie Goldberg

[41:30] Cameron Crowe Apologies for the Emma Stone Casting Fallout in Aloha, Vulture, Sean Fitz-Gerald

[41:40] Hollywood Diversity: Marvel Casting Tilda Swinton to Play Asian Man?, Breitbart, Kipp Jones

[47:30] Graywolf Press on Twitter

[49:00] PEN America

[50:00] 2015 PEN World Voices Festival: Africa in Two Acts, PEN America YouTube


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