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Literary Quarterly: Summer 1999



This is how we do it
Review by Richard C. Walls
Reconsidering 40 years of great black music in the U.S.A.

Bitches, hos, and strongblackwomen
Review by Khary Kimani Turner
Essays on rap mysogyny and desire by a hip-hop feminist.

Orpheus rocks
Review by Chris Tysh
The world goes pop, with death as designated driver.

Shakin' moneymakers
Review by Marc Christensen
Running down the myths in this broad-ranging critical anthology.

Who do you love?
by Metro Times staff
MT writers recommend their favorites musical reads.

Prose garden ...
by Metro Times staff
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