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Fred Beauford has been called the thinking man's novelist. He has been on a thoughtful hunt for the true meaning of what it means to be an American in his previous books. In The Hard Luck Novel, he is true to form in this interesting, fast moving provocative urban fable.
After losing his friends, his girlfriend, his job, his fancy Manhattan apartment-all because of a novel he wrote called "The Woman's Man", the unnamed narrator begins a dizzying descent into painful illness, hunger, grinding proverty, and a fearfilled future.
Fred Beauford founded Black Creation magazine, Neworld: The Multi-Cultural Magazine of the Arts, and served for eight years as the editor of The Crisis magazine. He has taught at The University of Southern California, UC Berkeley, N.Y.U. and SUNY Old Westbury.
He currently divides his year between Los Angeles and New York City.
Book Publisher: Morton Books, Inc.
No. of Pages: 168