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A Year in Reading: Kevin Young

After finishing research for my book Bunk, which took up most of my reading over the past several years, two of my favorite books I read for fun this year include the biography Elizabeth Bishop: A Miracle for Breakfast, which brings the poet to life as well as her struggles, and Whatever Happened to Interracial Love?, the great collection … The post A Year in Reading: Kevin Young appeared first on The Millions.
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