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Articles from Black Issues Book Review (July 1, 2005)

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'Round the clock fun: NBCC schedule of events, 2005. Calendar 279
* Genevieve. Oluonye, Mary N. Brief Article 207
* The Interruption of Everything. Bush, Vanessa Brief Article 287
1996. Bush, Vanessa Brief Article 136
47. Flowers, Nancey Book Review 163
A dream of an island: on Sapelo Island, an idea takes form as a haven for the artists of the word. Ansa, Tina McElroy 1159
A houseful of Georges: Foreman tries his hand at a children's book. Rust, Suzanne Interview 500
A preaching man: volumes of Gardner C. Taylor's sermons offer a window on his theology. Sanders, Alvelyn J. 938
Among friends: young readers give author Marie Bradby feedback on her book and their lives. Baye, Betty Winston Panel Discussion 2881
Beside still waters: memories of the Paden Institute and Retreat for writers of Color. Greene, Brenda M. 1389
Booklovers' bonanza: the world's largest book club meeting lets black readers and authors fellowship. Cox, Jill L. 562
Books make summer forever. Cox, William E. Obituary 515
Boss Lady. Dean, Alecia Lanore Book Review 170
Charting the journey. Griffin, Farah Jasmine Book Review 337
Clean sweep: Andrea Levy defines what it is to be black, British and a literary lioness. Fleming, Robert Interview 1889
Cream of the crop: something for every young reader. Ware, Fran 1262
Dateline: 135th Street, New York City: the Harlem Book Fair draws booklovers from all over to events uptown. 411
Don't Ever Wonder. Porter, Ira Book Review 182
Echoes of a Distant Storm. Harrison, Desiree Brief Article 216
Executive editor's view. Dodson, Angela P. 601
Fire it up; a black man and his grill, some meat and a secret sauce--it's a beautiful thing. Johnson, Melissa Ewey Book Review 600
Flying off the shelves. 776
Fresh breezes: spend the summer discovering new writers. 5165
Gets No Love. Townes, Glenn Brief Article 156
Have books, will travel: events that bring authors and readers together are a new front in the evolution of the black book market. Palfrey, Evelyn 1104
How can they hear without a preacher? Stanley, Kathryn V. Book Review 1792
I'll fly away. Dodson, Angela P. Brief Article 120
If It Ain't One Thing. Sarden, Claudia Brief Article 101
In appreciation. Atem, Kamau Letter to the Editor 326
In the twinkling of an eye: Malcolm Gladwell tops best-seller lists with a stealth approach to race. His books probe the way fads catch fire and the mind's ability to process fact and prejudice quickly. Ards, Angela Book Review 1908
Leaving a trail: oral history project seeks to record a pioneering generation of journalists. Muse, Daphne 872
Looking for more 'cue? Try these other cookbooks. Johnson, Melissa Ewey 660
Noteworthy titles. 426
On the Side: More Than 100 Recipes for Sides, Salads, and Condiments That Make the Meal. Johnson, Melissa Ewey Brief Article 152
Other Men's Wives. Townes, Glenn Brief Article 169
Page to screen. Dodson, Angela P. 526
Parental guidance: gangsta lit: do you really know what your teenager is reading? Stovall, TaRessa 1494
Paris: inspiration on every corner: African American writers have long found a home away from home in the City of Lights. Wells, Monique Y. 1287
Preparation meets opportunity lofty book events are golden for the independent author. Murray, Victoria Christopher 970
Rest for the weary: the stories behind two black havens and a study on literary women offer enrichment. Book Review 1832
Serving From the Hip: 10 Rules for Living, Loving, and Winning. Harrison, Desiree Book Review 192
Signings & sightings. Brief Article 221
Story lines for the adventurous mind: literary fiction offerings ponder obesity, piracy and a Ralph Ellison tale. Brief Article 1800
Street smarts: book vendors count on foot traffic, marketing instincts and the First Amendment in the battle for profits. Dawkins, Wayne 1549
Structure and smiles: start a summer reading club. 378
Sun, fun and books: two Florida clubs dominate essay contest for chat with the author of Upstate. Dodson, Angela P. Brief Article 225
Tall Tales: Walter Mosley draws on a triumphant mythical hero for his debut in the teen genre. Dodson, Angela P. 346
The art of brevity: collections from two masters raise the question: what ever happened to short stories? Young, Earni 1399
Time out. Davis, Bernadette Adams Brief Article 165
To make a journalist black: a legacy of books by and about African Americans in the field catalogue their successes and struggles. Dawkins, Wayne 2189
What is "real?" The author of The Professor's Daughter spends a lot of time explaining that her novel isn't autobiography. Raboteau, Emily 924
When Love Calls, You Better Answer. Sealey, Nicole Brief Article 156

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