Morning Bites: James Alan McPherson, Harlem Renaissance Stamps, Mark Lanegan, Lydia Millet Interviewed, and More

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Ploughshares explored the literary legacy of James Alan McPherson.

BOMB has launched a new podcast.

The USPS has debuted 4 stamps honoring figures in the Harlem Renaissance.

Bookmunch reviewed Mark Lanegan’s new memoir.

At the New York Times, a look at some underappreciated emo songs from the 80s and 90s.

Lydia Millet was interviewed at the Chicago Review of Books.

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