Monthly Archives: July 2016

Blackass by A. Ignori Barrett c. 2015 (262 pages–Graywolf Press)

The main character, Furo, a black man, wakes up to discover he’s white. The story, set in Lagos (Nigeria), is a relevant reimagining of Kafka’s Metamorphosis that resonates with modern readers. Sentences Worth Studying “Furo Wariboko awoke this morning to … Continue reading

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