Sister Souljah on Her New Book, 'Midnight'

Before there was a Shannon Holmes, a Vickie Stringer or a Wahida Clark, there was a woman many consider the Queen of Urban Fiction, Sister Souljah. A pioneer of modern-day "street lit" in the spirit of legendary scribes like Iceberg Slim, Donald Goines and Claude Brown, Souljah, nee Lisa Williamson, helped to jump-start the genre's most recent incarnation in the late 1990s with her first, hugely popular novel, "The Coldest Winter Ever..."
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