“I was raped when I was eight years old," Díaz said a new essay. "By a grownup that I truly trusted.”
The Pulitzer Prize–winning author has written a children's book about Dominican girls in the Bronx that will be released in March 2018.
"Hotline Bling was about Margaret Atwood, pass it on."
"Let's get this conversation going, New York!" - Danielle Brooks
Celebrate Thanksgiving with the books Junot Díaz, R. L. Stine, John Green, Colum McCann, Rainbow Rowell, and more of your favorite authors are grateful for.
Coolest professor ever.
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This week, Nyasha Junior recalled a childhood spent inside an AME church. Read that and other essays from the New York Times, Slate, The New Republic, and more.
The author spoke at St. Francis College in Brooklyn on April 16 and had some incredible pieces of advice.
Because good things come in small packages.
Twenty-one successful authors — including Junot Díaz, Charlaine Harris, Dean Koontz, and George Saunders — tell how they overcame writer's block, completed, and sold their debut titles.
An ad for the city's largest union. "When Bloomberg looks at a photograph of de Blasio's family, he thinks racism. Me, I just think New York," the Oscar Wao author says.
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