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“They Can’t Kill Us…”

Hanif Abdurraqib writes for all

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Recently, my good friend Nicole Brown recommended that I read Hanif Abdurraqib’s latest essay collection, They Can’t Kill Us Until They Kill Us (Columbus, Ohio: Two Dollar Radio Books, 2017) because she knows that I’ve been writing a series about Rock and Soul books that I’m considering for a course in that musical cross-roaded genre next fall. The latest in that series…

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I write about music, culture, food, and my Alabama past in One Table One World, The Riff, InTune, FanFare, SongStories, Rock n”Heavy, Counter Arts, and Pop Off.

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