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By Okonkwo, Joe
Ben Charles and his wife Angeline take part in the Harlem Renaissance scene of the 1920s, during which time Ben finds himself drawn to Paris due to the influence of trumpeter Baby Back Johnston.
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Edited by Okonkwo, Joe
The 2017 volume of Best Gay Stories is edited by Joe Okonkwo, winner of the Edmund White Award for Debut Fiction. This book showcases the many diverse voices writing in gay fiction and creative non-fiction today.
Joe Okonkwo has produced a volume of poetry that is actually a mosaic of African-American and Gay issues. This riveting collection covers everything from Jazz and sex, to politics and dating; from racism within the Gay community, to black on black racism. There are poems about th ...
"A passionate, alive, and original novel about love, race, and jazz in 1920s Harlem and Paris-a moving story of traveling far to find oneself" (David Ebershoff, author of The Danish Girl and The 19th Wife). On a sweltering summer night in 1925, beauties in beaded dresses mingle w ...
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