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The readers' advisory guide to street literature

Author: Vanessa Irvin Morris
Publisher: Chicago : American Library Association, ©2012.
Series: ALA readers' advisory series.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Street lit, also known as urban fiction, addresses with unflinching grit the concerns and problems of city living. Controversial in some quarters, it is also wildly popular, and this readers' advisory by street lit expert Morris sketches out the rich history of the genre, showing why it appeals so strongly to readers and providing a quick way for street lit novices to get up to speed. It also covers a variety of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Bibliography
Fiction Bibliography
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Vanessa Irvin Morris
ISBN: 9780838911105 0838911102
OCLC Number: 704391718
Description: xxiii, 138 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: It's like a movie in my head : street lit and its appeal to readers --
From Moll Flanders to The coldest winter ever : a historical timeline of street lit --
The streets are callin' : the street as a literary motif --
The diversity within street lit : themes and subgenres --
Street-lit readers' advisory : expanding on the patrons' expertise --
Toning it down : teen-friendly street lit --
Who put this book on the shelf? : Street lit collection development --
Characters outside the cover: Who and what are we reading in the library --
Hustlin' street lit : pushin' books and programs --
Epilogue: BEEF : bringin' extreme explanations to the forefont of street lit --
Works cited --
Literature cited --
Street-literature publishers.
Series Title: ALA readers' advisory series.
Responsibility: Vanessa Irvin Morris ; foreword by Teri Woods.

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Street lit, also known as urban fiction, addresses with unflinching grit the concerns and problems of city living. Controversial in some quarters, it is also wildly popular, and this readers'  Read more...

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