Boondock Kollage: Stories from the Hip Hop South is a collection of twelve short stories that addresses issues of race, place, and identity in the post-Civil Rights American South. Using historical, spectral, and hip hop infused fiction, Boondock Kollage critically engages readers to question the intersections of regionalism and black culture in current American society.
Regina N. Bradley earned her Ph.D. in Literature from Florida State University, an M.A. in African American and African Diaspora Studies from Indiana University, and a B.A. in English from Albany State University in Albany, Georgia. Dr. Bradley's academic research and writing focuses on the post-Civil Rights Black American South, hip hop culture, and race and sound studies. She is also an acclaimed fiction writer, with her work being featured in Obsidian journal, The Oxford American, and Transition Magazine. Dr. Bradley is an Assistant Professor of English and African Diaspora Studies at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia.
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