Soul City. A Novel

TitleSoul City. A Novel
Year for Search2005
Authors[Nesblett], Touré(b. 1971)
Tertiary AuthorsTouré [pseud.]
Date Published2005
PublisherLittle, Brown
Place PublishedBoston, MA
KeywordsAfrican-American author, Male author
Annotation

Humorous, satirical eutopia of a vibrant city that lives all the fables of the swinging African-American life. Additional Soul City stories that can be found in his The Portable Promised Land. Stories. New York: Little, Brown, 2002 include “The Steviewondermobile” (3-8), “A Hot Time at the Church of Kentucky Fried Souls and the Spectacular Final Sunday Sermon of the Right Revren Daddy Love” (9-24); originally published illus. in Zoetrope All-Story 3.4 (Winter 1999): 40-46. http://www.all-story.com/issues.cgi?action=show_story&story_id=57&part=all; “The Breakup Ceremony” 25-31); “Soul City Gazette Profile: Crash Jinkins, Last of the Chronic Crashees” (142-45), and “Falcon Malone Can Fly No More” (201-17). In addition, there is an ad for the forthcoming The Black Utopia, A History of Soul City, by Cadillac Johnson, a protagonist in Soul City, to be published by Negritude University Press. 1369 pp. (257). 

Pseudonym

Touré [pseud.]

Holding Institutions

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Author Note

African-American author (b. 1971).

Full Text

2005 [Neblett], Touré (b. 1971). Soul City. By Touré [pseud.]. Boston, MA: Little, Brown. PSt

Humorous, satirical eutopia of a vibrant city that lives all the fables of the swinging African-American life. Additional Soul City stories that can be found in his The Portable Promised Land. Stories. New York: Little, Brown, 2002 include “The Steviewondermobile” (3-8), “A Hot Time at the Church of Kentucky Fried Souls and the Spectacular Final Sunday Sermon of the Right Revren Daddy Love” (9-24); originally published illus. in Zoetrope All-Story 3.4 (Winter 1999): 40-46. http://www.all-story.com/issues.cgi?action=show_story&story_id=57&part=all; “The Breakup Ceremony” 25-31); “Soul City Gazette Profile: Crash Jinkins, Last of the Chronic Crashees” (142-45), and “Falcon Malone Can Fly No More” (201-17). In addition, there is an ad for the forthcoming The Black Utopia, A History of Soul City, by Cadillac Johnson, a protagonist in Soul City, to be published by Negritude University Press. 1369 pp. (257). African-American author.