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In Slay, Brittney Morris admirably melds Kiera’s real-life and online worlds and illustrates the diversity of experiences within the black community.

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Review of ‘Slay’

To her family and friends, Kiera Johnson is popular, a good big sister, an honors student, talented at math and likely to attend historically black Spelman College after she graduates from predominantly white Jefferson Academy, where she too often feels singled out as the “voice of Blackness.” But unbeknownst to everyone in her real life,…

Interview with Brittney Morris

Brittney Morris discusses the role Black Panther played in the creation of her debut novel.

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