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Nicole Dennis-Benn’s debut novel Here Comes the Sun opens with the stirring words, “God Nuh Like Ugly.” The melding of Jamaican Patois and English establishes an immediate authenticity, as does the disturbing discovery that ugly is synonymous with the blackness of one’s skin.

Raiding

MARIAN CROTTY
In seventh grade, your friend Megan invites you to go raiding, which means sneaking around and throwing feed corn on other people’s houses. This is rural Pennsylvania, a small town of rolling fields and old steel mills. It’s fall, cold. The point is trespassing, minor vandalism.

Photos of LitFest 2018

More than 1,400 bibliophiles gathered on campus March 1-3 for LitFest 2018, the College’s third annual literary festival.