Bronx Biannual

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Miles Marshall Lewis
Akashic Books, 2006 - Literary Collections - 250 pages
Bronx Biannual is the most important literary journal in hip-hop America--an intellectual town hall on paper that rejects the cheerleader tone of celebrity-driven urban publications, as well as the highfalutin tone of academic publications.

Miles Marshall Lewis was born in the Bronx in 1970 and currently splits his time between New York City and Paris, France. He is the author of Scars of the Soul Are Why Kids Wear Bandages When They Don't Have Bruises (Akashic, 2004), and is a former editor of Vibe and XXL. His work has been published in the Nation, the Source, the Village Voice, Rolling Stone, Essence, and other magazines.

 

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Contents

Risk Taking
1
Rhyme Scheme
31
Pangborn
43
Wigged Out
65
Sweet Thing Superhero
75
Trainspotting
97
Browse
Nothing Can Remain Unchanged
1
Rebecca Meet Schooner
15
The Milk and the Meat
27
Hypervisible
41
Angels in the Realm of Paranoia
53
Contributors
64
Copyright

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Miles Marshall Lewis was born in the Bronx in 1970 and currently splits his time between New York City and Paris, France. He is the author of "Scars of the Soul" (Akashic, 2004), and is a former editor of Vibe and XXL. His work has been published in The Nation, The Source, The Village Voice, Rolling Stone, Essence, and other