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Anika Nailah

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ANIKA NAILAH is the founder and former director of Books of Hope, a program that encourages young people to write and self-publish their own books. Her stories have appeared in several African American newspapers, including Reunion and Flare. She lives in Massachusetts.


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Free
And Other Stories
Written by Anika Nailah


Format: Trade Paperback, 240 pages
Publisher: Broadway Books
On Sale: January 14, 2003
Price: $15.00

In spare, elegant stories reminiscent of the writings of Harlem Renaissance writer Dorothy West, Anika Nailah illuminates the emotional, spiritual, and social realities that shape--and sometimes destroy--the lives and dreams of ordinary African Americans.

The stories in Free offer a moving, strikingly original perspective on how cultural experiences and social assumptions impact... Read more >
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Free
Short Stories
Written by Anika Nailah


Format: eBook, 224 pages
Publisher: Doubleday
On Sale: May 14, 2002
Price: $11.99

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