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Fast Cities and Objects That Burn is a call to action, a beautiful Black fairy tale, a memoir, and a testament to the notion that young Black writers are a driving force in American literature today.
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Sharrif Simmons is one of todays most important poets!
His work reflects the voice of urban african americans
that live in between the lines.
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