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  • Opening track "Suffocate" rocks with a Sevendust-like intensity, and "Raw" is an aptly-titled number thanks to blistering chords and furious roars.

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  • "Suffocate;" utterlyusurping of BET's 106 & Park; his album Back of my 'Lac debuting #1 on the R&B chart and selling nearly 800,000 copies; BET and American Music Award nominations for Best Male R&B Artist.

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  • On the cover, the words "Before You Suffocate Your Own Fool Self" are connected by thin, golden loopy thread running off the margins, outside the lines.

    Danielle Evans, an author straddling racial divides

  • Depending on who is listening, the characters in the collection -- titled "Before You Suffocate Your Own Fool Self" -- could be a best friend or that girl down the street, but many of them are "outsiders," says Evans, black or biracial people who are wrestling with race and the legacy of race in a so-called post-racial era.

    Danielle Evans, an author straddling racial divides

  • One of this season's buzz books, Before You Suffocate Your Own Fool Self Riverhead, the debut story collection from Danielle Evans, proves that innovative short fiction is not dead.

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  • Suffocate an infant and throw its body in the water, or simply throw it in the water without killing it first, deny guilt, and you are home free.”

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  • Suffocate new wild growth by extensively mulching or green composting directly on top of young new growth; you can never have too much biomass in your soil.

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  • Suffocate seemed the right description to use even though in this case it referred to deprivation of sunlight and not air.

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  • Millions of Fish Suffocate, Die in Redondo Beach Marina KTLA -- Authorities say the millions of dead fish that washed up in King Harbor near Redondo Beach are not the victims of foul play.

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  • Our judge is Danielle Evans, author of the short story collection "Before You Suffocate Your Own Fool Self," and in a few weeks, she'll pick a winner.

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