by Miles Marshall Lewis

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Irresistible by Miles Marshall Lewis

College DJ Kit Jackson mixes his way through the golden age of hip-hop culture in a romantic triangle that transports him from the tenements of The Bronx to Paris, Madrid, and beyond. Torn between two study-abroad students, Kit discovers the dangers of taking love for granted and the importance of knowing what—and who—you really want in a relationship. Kit’s erotic adventure centers on Solange (an aspiring singer in Paris) and Charlene (a sorority girl in Spain), with the sights and sounds of classic New York City nightlife circa 1989-’95 as an electrifying urban backdrop. Like Woody Allen raised on Def Jam Recordings, Irrésistible tracks the allure of unrequited love during hip-hop’s heyday with an international flair.

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ISBN-13: 9780967502205
Publisher: Furthermucker Press
Publication date: 10/21/2010
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 100 KB

About the Author

Miles Marshall Lewis blogs about Paris, hiphop, pop culture and the arts at He is a recognized pop culture critic, essayist, literary editor, fiction writer, and music journalist, with a B.A. degree in sociology from Morehouse College. He is the author of the essay collection Scars of the Soul Are Why Kids Wear Bandages When They Don’t Have Bruises, concerning coming of age in the Bronx under the aegis of hiphop culture at its genesis. He is also the series editor and founder of Bronx Biannual, an urbane urban literary journal of fiction and essays, and author of There’s a Riot Goin’ On, a book on the making of the seminal 1971 Sly and the Family Stone album of the same name.

During the past 17 years, he has written for The Nation, The Washington Post, Rolling Stone, The Village Voice, The Believer, Spin, L.A. Weekly, Essence, Dazed and Confused, and many other publications. He served as the music editor of Vibe, deputy editor of XXL, literary editor of Russell Simmons’s Oneworld, deputy editor of, and a contributing writer for The Source during the 1990s. His interview with the late Pulitzer-winning playwright August Wilson is anthologized in The Believer Book of Writers Talking to Writers alongside Joan Didion, Zadie Smith and Dave Eggers, and his fiction has been published in Bronx Noir, Wanderlust, Brown Sugar 3: When Opposites Attract, Oneworld, Rap Pages, Bronx Biannual, and Uptown.

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