Yogita Goyal

Yogita Goyal teaches literature and African American studies at UCLA, and is editor of Contemporary Literature.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

No Strangers Here

Refusing polarized narratives, Toni Morrison's "The Origin of Others" takes up the nebulous task of understanding what it is to estrange or make familiar....


Coming Home from Irony: An Interview with Percival Everett, Author of “So Much Blue”
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