In his unflinchingly honest autobiography, Makes Me Wanna Holler, A Young Black Man in America, McCall looks back on his journey from troubled youth to professional journalist and shows that for black people in America the easy answers don’t always apply.
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In this volume of personal essays, Nathan McCall delivers a series of front-line reports on the state of the races in today’s America. The resulting volume is guaranteed to shake the assumptions of readers of every pigmentation and political allegiance.
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In Them, Nathan McCall presents a profound and compelling debut novel—in the tradition of Tom Wolff’sBonfire of the Vanities and Zadie Smith’s White Teeth—that captures the tension between blacks and whites in today’s urban neighborhoods.
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