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We're writers because we love books, but what conversations should books generate? In revolutionary times, how do we write revolutionary and relevant book reviews?
Writing the Bomb @#$ Book Review will examine how we can protest on the page and make coffee with the ink from our pens. We will fight; we will study ferocious writers and create our reviews with a mighty keyboard. Be prepared to burn down old paradigms, dismantle the system, and resist previous power structures. We are going to war. This class will be an exercise in courage.
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Rochelle is author of AfroSurrealism (Routledge 2019), and co-editor, with Jina Ortiz, of All About Skin: Short Fiction by Women of Color (Univ. of Wisconsin Press, 2014). Her work appears in The Believer, TriQuarterly, Callaloo, the African American Review, Solstice, Poets and Writers, Arts.Black, Apogee, The Millions, Mosaic, the Women's Review of Books, Lithub, Chicago Litterati, The Rumpus, the Los Angeles Review of Books, Easy Street, Cosmonauts Avenue, and Art Practical. She is a former board member of the Hurston Wright Foundation and a current member of the National Book Critics Circle.