Randall Kenan

Randall Kenan (March 12, 1963 – August 28, 2020) was an American author. Born in Brooklyn, New York, at six weeks old Kenan moved to Duplin County, North Carolina, a small rural community, where he lived with his grandparents in a town named Wallace. Many of Kenan's novels are set around the area of his home in North Carolina. The focus of much of Kenan's work centers around what it means to be black and gay in the southern United States. Some of Kenan's most notable works include the collection of short stories ''Let the Dead Bury Their Dead'', named a ''New York Times'' Notable Book in 1992, ''A Visitation of Spirits'', and ''The Fire This Time''. Kenan was the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, a Whiting Award, and the John Dos Passos Prize. Provided by Wikipedia
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    by Kenan, Randall
    Published 1992
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    by Kenan, Randall
    Published 1993
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    by Kenan, Randall
    Published 1994
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    by Kenan, Randall
    Published 2000
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    by Kenan, Randall
    Published 2007
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    by Kenan, Randall
    Published 1989
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    by Kenan, Randall
    Published 2020
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    by Kenan, Randall
    Published 2022
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    by Mauskopf, Norman
    Published 1996
    Other Authors: ...Kenan, Randall...
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    by Baldwin, James, 1924-1987
    Published 2010
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