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Author Kiese Laymon Finally Comprehends His Mother's Worry

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Writer Kiese Laymon has had the kind of year every first-time author dreams. He's had two books published to critical acclaim. But to get where he is now, he experienced a rough patch. In an essay,"The Worst of White Folks," he recalls why he and his mother were at loggerheads.
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