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Shutterbug Deborah Copaken Kogan
Shutterbabe shoots from Suburbia to Moscow to Manhattan in a round-the-world trip of a coming-of-age tale. Happily our super-heroine lands on the Upper West Side sound of mind and body, married to the love of her life, and mother to their boy and girl. That just may be her toughest assignment of all.
Remember Me to Harlem Emily Bernard
Remember Me To Harlem captures forty years of correspondence between the eminent Langston Hughes and his benefactor, Carl Van Vechten, from their meeting during the Harlem Renaissance to Van Vechten's death at 84, in the heyday of the Civil Rights Movement.
Bad Timing Betsy Berne
In her debut novel, Bad Timing, Betsy Berne takes a magnifying glass to the downtown New York art scene and the social mores that it entails. At the core of this wittily observed story is the ill-fated love affair between Berne's narrator and a semi-famous, married musician.
Voice of the Poets Voice of the Poets
The musical subtlety of the human voice is the essence of poetry, and it is an incontestable fact that poetry must be heard, either as an acoustic mental image or spoken aloud, to be adequately appreciated.

The results are in! Meet the winners of Bold Type's second annual short story contest.
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