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How Wanda Coleman Redefined Los Angeles And Its Literature
"When she began to write, as a member of the Watts Writers Workshop that sprang up after the 1965 riots, L.A. literature was largely a literature of exile, produced primarily by those from elsewhere, who lingered briefly along the city's glittering surfaces and did not invest the place with any depth." Los Angeles Times 11/23/13
Posted November 24, 2013 08:19 AM

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