Black Book Talk:Renee simms 
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Black Book Talk  Renee simms   
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KBOO Syndication  Monthly Program  For non-profit use only. 
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The hosts of Black Book Talk welcome author, lawyer and professor Renee Simms to discuss her new book Meet Behind Mars.

Renee Simms is a novelist and lawyer interested in black womens fiction, the intersections of law and literature; and community writing pedagogies. She is an Associate Professor at University of Puget Sound. She is an associate professor of African American Studies and contributing faculty to English Studies at University of Puget Sound. Originally from Detroit, she received her B.A. in literature from University of Michigan, a J.D. from Wayne State University Law School, and an M.F.A. in creative writing from Arizona State University. Her writing appears in Callaloo, The Oxford American, Ecotone, Literary Hub, Southwest Review, North American Review, The Rumpus, Salon and elsewhere. She is a 2018 National Endowment for the Arts creative writing fellow, a 2018 Bread Loaf fiction fellow, and has received support from Kimbilio Fiction, Ragdale, Vermont Studio Center, and PEN Center. Her debut story collection is Meet behind Mars (Wayne State University Press).  
Prof Renee Simms, author of Meet Behind Mars 
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View Script  KBOO Community Radio  07-10-2018  English 
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