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A welcome second chance… Or a recipe for disaster?

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It might be impossible to put out these flames…Good thing this cowboy can handle the sparks.

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Dead To Me.

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Rip Roaring Regency Romp

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Healing his physical wounds is just the beginning…

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After suffering a horrific injury that threatens to end his career, Baden Oulett is about to learn that sometimes a fresh start is just what the doctor ordered.

Alain LeRoy Locke

Alain LeRoy Locke

Alain LeRoy Locke (1885–1954) was a philosopher, writer, and educator. He graduated with honors from Harvard University in 1907 and became the first African American to be selected as a Rhodes Scholar. After receiving a PhD in philosophy at Harvard in 1918, Locke returned to Howard and formed one of the first philosophy departments at a historically black college. Locke is best known as the creator of the philosophical concept New Negro which would initiate the Harlem Renaissance (1925–1939). In 1925, he edited The New Negro: An Interpretation—an anthology of fiction, poetry, and essays on African and African American art and literature.

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The New Negro Aesthetic, January 2022
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