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Tag: Elizabeth Nunez

Johnny Temple Interviews Elizabeth Nunez and Tayari Jones

To celebrate the release of Elizabeth Nunez’s memoir, Not for Everyday Use, Johnny Temple spoke with Elizabeth Nunez (author of eight novels, including Boundaries and Anna In-Between) and Tayari Jones (author of Silver Sparrow, The Untelling, and Leaving Atlanta) about teaching, writing, family, memory, and more.

Special Sales for March 2013

To celebrate Women’s History Month this March, we’re offering big discounts ($9.95 for paperbacks!) on recent titles by some of our finest female novelists (click HERE for a full list of sale titles), including select works by Nina Revoyr, Elizabeth Nunez, Eliza Factor, Kola Boof, Shira Nayman, and Feryal Ali Gauhar. Additionally, our featured author […]

Elizabeth Nunez Asks, Are We Related?

This February, in celebration of Black History Month and in conjunction with the long-awaited paperback reissue of Nowhere Is a Place, Bernice L. McFadden inaugurated our feature with the wonderful conclusion to her book. Since then, Courttia Newland and Kwame Dawes have contributed stories of their own family history. This week, Elizabeth Nunez similarly asks, Are We Related?