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    Burn The Wagon: Call For Submissions

               Burn the Wagon Chapbook Series Our city’s official logo proudly proclaims El Monte’s place at the “end of the Santa Fe Trail.” The white covered wagon at the center of the logo places white Americans as El Monte’s “pioneers.” Indigenous people that occupied these lands before and the Mexican, Latino, […]

Emily Raboteau in Conversation with Thomas Sayers Ellis

In 2011, Kweli Journal hosted a wonderful event with Edward P. Jones.  On January 16th, they’ll be back with an event featuring Emily Raboteau, author of Searching for Zion.

I’m honored to be reading before the main festivities, along with Ify Amobi, Camille Wanliss Ortiz, and Audrey Peterson. If you’re in New York, I hope you can join us. If not, check out Emily’s new book and this beautiful literary journal.

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