Posts Tagged ‘North Carolina’
 
 
 
Book Reviews
 

THIRSTY by Mike Sanders

Meet Justice, a half-black, half-Filipino goddess whose appetite for a quick dollar is insatiable. Having moved from Chi-town to Charlotte, North Carolina, at an early age, Justice and her younger brother, Monk, decides to take...
 
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The Ski Mask Way by 50 Cent and K. Elliot

Back in New York City, Seven was the seventh child. But here in Charlotte he’s number one on every ladies’ list. Even behind bars, he managed to sex a female corrections officier who lost her job and found herself pregnant. Now...
 
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187 Iz An Art by Mikal H. El-Amin and Richard L. Brown

Kamikaze and Killa are cousins, from the inner city streets of Durham, North Carolina. They hustle drugs and commit minor crimes, in order to keep pocket money. Kamikaze becomes infatuated with Paula an older girl from his proj...

 
Interviews
 

Q & A with Mikal El-Amin

Street Fiction had the opportunity to interview author and publisher Mikal El-Amin from Double-Up Publishing. Tell us a little about yourself. How did you get started writing? I was born and raised in Durham, North Carolina and...