The stars were out and looking pretty fantastic for the Los Angeles premiere of Black Panther, including famous fans of the comic book and supporters. But one person who deserved to be there, however, didn’t get an invite, was author Roxane Gay. Unfortunately though, the spin-off was canned last

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Roxane Gay (born October 28, 1974) is an American writer, professor, editor, and commentator. She is the author of The New York Times best-selling essay collection Bad Feminist (2014), as well as the short story collection Ayiti (2011), the novel An Untamed State (2014), the short story collection Difficult Women (2017), and the …

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Jun 23, 2017 · Where had that friend gone? Micheal Rice — his first name is spelled that way — wondered that often of the fellow gay black friend he’d made in their early years in New York City, the friend who wanted to dance for Alvin Ailey and Beyoncé.

WORCESTER – Touching on everything from the writing process and social media, to race and gender, to comic books and showing sexual assault on screen, best-selling author Roxane Gay sat for a sprawling discussion Thursday night at …