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Junot Díaz: Creative Writing Courses Are Too White

Posted at 6:23PM Monday 19 May 2014

Pulitzer-prize winning author's comments that 'the default position of reading and writing ... was white, straight and male' are backed by writers including Aminatta Forna and Daljit Nagra

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